Vein Institute of NJ - Helpful Articles

What is a Vascular Surgeon and When Do I Need One?

A vascular surgeon is someone who treats disease processes within the arteries and veins, those critical routes of the circulatory system. Vascular surgeons do not treat the heart or brain as those are specialty areas of cardiologists and neurologists.

Planning Your Next Trip? Don’t Forget to Pack Some Socks

While summer is a popular time to travel, this doesn’t mean travel time ends when summer is over. For many of us, business travel may pick up and for others we may take advantage of off-peak travel costs available over the coming months. Either way, as you plan your itinerary, think about making a pair of[…]

Patient Success Series - A Pregnancy That Grabs You By The Foot and Leg

At the Vein Institute of New Jersey, we believe it is important to share stories about positive patient outcomes (with the approval of the patient, of course). While we are experts in handling the physical side of our patient’s vein issues, it’s the emotional results that follow which can be most important to[…]

Which Vein Procedures Are Covered By Insurance?

At the Vein Institute of NJ, we want your health to come first and foremost. We recognize that we live in a world where financial decisions play a major role in how we view our own health. We want you to be as informed as possible so your health and finances can best be served.

Varicose, Spider, Reticular - What's the Difference?

Varicose, Spider and now Reticular veins. How are you supposed to know what’s what? Or, more importantly, how to get rid of them?

Understanding Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) a.k.a “Hardening of the Arteries”

If you or anyone you know has high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, or heart disease, or if they smoke cigarettes or have a family history of cardiac disease or stroke, then chances are that Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) already has or will touch your life.

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