What Can You Do About Veiny Hands?

09/25/2017 by

If you’ve been noticing that the veins in your hands have started bulging, that can be very upsetting. These visible veins create an unsightly look that can make you appear older. You might feel self-conscious and you might even feel like you need to hide your hands. Fortunately, there are minimally invasive treatments available that … Continue reading What Can You Do About Veiny Hands?


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05/05/2017 by

Many people believe that only women have problems with varicose veins. But that’s not true! Men can suffer from varicose veins too. In fact, according to the National Institutes of Health, one quarter of all varicose vein sufferers are men. Why Men Should Get Varicose Veins Removed If you are a man with varicose veins, … Continue reading Varicose Vein Removal — It’s Not Just for Women!


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09/06/2016 by

Leg cramps that occur at night can happen for a number of reasons ranging from underlying medical conditions to daily habits, such as sitting for extended periods of time. Understanding what is causing you to have these leg cramps can help you find effective treatment for them. Keep in mind that for causes linked to … Continue reading Fight Late Night Leg Cramps with Sclerotherapy


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08/22/2016 by

Nearly 35 percent of the adult population in the U.S. are affected by varicose veins. The gnarled and bulging veins are generally found in the legs, but that isn’t the only place where they can occur. There are many rumors and outright fiction about varicose veins on the web. Before you make any decisions about … Continue reading 5 Commonly Misunderstood Myths About Varicose Veins – Busted


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01/11/2016 by

For those who suffer with varicose veins, getting treatment to eliminate them is often a priority. Aside from the unsightliness of varicose veins, they can have significant health consequences, in the form of blood clots. Sclerotherapy is a proven method of varicose vein removal that has been used for this purpose since the 1930s.


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