Vein Institute of NJ - Helpful Articles

Post-Surgery Aftercare Tips for Maintaining Healthy-Looking Veins

Varicose veins most commonly appear in the legs and are caused by the abnormal enlargement of superficial blood vessels. While the condition affects up to 30% of the adult population, it's more prevalent in women than men. Fortunately, treatment is available.

Here's What You Need to Know About Carotid Angioplasty and Stenting

Carotid angioplasty and stenting are tried-and-true medical procedures with excellent results. These surgical operations treat or lessen the risk of a deadly stroke. The blood vessels involved are the carotid arteries-main blood vessels that supply blood to the brain. 

Cosmetic Treatments for Postnatal Breast Veins

A pregnancy can be one of the most beautiful experiences one can go through. While many women experience a “glow” during this time, it can also bring on conflicting emotions. While new life is growing, there may be days when you’re frustrated by stretch marks, a growing abdomen, a disappearing waistline, and an[…]

How to Minimize Your Risk of Carotid Artery Disease and Stroke

May is Stroke Awareness Month. Strokes are the second leading cause of death worldwide and a leading cause of disability. Understanding the warning signs and preventative methods to identify a stroke can help you lead a healthier life, which is one of our primary goals at The Cardiovascular Care Group.

Common Varicose Veins Treatments and Comparisons

Varicose veins are abnormal, dilated branches of the main veins in your legs. These are generally on the skin surface or just under it. Varicose veins develop when valves in your legs fail, allowing blood to pool and causing veins to stretch and bulge.

Medication Management of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a condition that is caused by the reduction of blood flow from the arteries to the limbs. PAD means that you have unhealthy blood vessels and treating this is essential.

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