What is Vein Closure?

10/02/2020 by

Do You Suffer From Varicose Veins? Recent studies have shown that up to 40 million Americans suffer from varicose veins. Also referred to as spider veins, weakened or damaged valves cause varicose veins. The arteries carry blood out from the heart to the rest of the human body, which is then returned to the heart … Continue reading What is Vein Closure?


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03/30/2020 by

Life is undeniably expensive, so sometimes we turn to home remedies as a way to cut costs by attempting to do it ourselves. This can certainly work for some things, but when it comes to your health or things you would normally go to a doctor for, a home remedy may not be your best … Continue reading Debunking Spider Vein Home Remedies


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03/09/2020 by

With modern medicine comes modern methods for the treatments of ailments, conditions, and diseases. Thankfully we live in a day and age when trusted doctors and cutting-edge techniques can often remedy things that inconvenience us.  Foam Sclerotherapy is certainly one of those things. When it comes to varicose veins, we don’t have to suffer. This … Continue reading What is Foam Sclerotherapy?


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07/09/2019 by

Spider veins are something that can cause a person both embarrassment and stress. Thankfully, there are several spider vein treatment options available to you on the market today. While there are preventative measures that you can take to reduce your risk of their occurrence, spider veins are a common concern of many (women in particular). … Continue reading How Some Foods May Reduce Spider Veins


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05/20/2019 by

Spider veins, also known under the medical name telangiectasia, can occur anywhere on the body. Spider veins are small dilated capillaries that take on a visibly pronounced and web-like appearance on the skin.  These twisted blood vessels can also easily be spotted by their red, purple, or bluish hues relatively close to the surface of … Continue reading Laser Vein Treatments for Broken Capillaries


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10/29/2018 by

Vein disease is common. It starts when the valves inside of your veins stop working the way they should. The blood in your legs essentially flows backward down into your legs instead of being pushed back up to your heart. This can cause a variety of problems. Some symptoms are minor, but others are painful … Continue reading 3 Easy Ways to Improve Your Vein Health


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09/12/2018 by

If you have varicose veins, you may have problems at any time of the year with swelling or discomfort. Summer, however, may be the most difficult season for people with vein conditions. Not only are you likely to be more aware of how your legs look when you are wearing shorts or bathing suits, but the summer … Continue reading Why Summer is Bad for Varicose Veins


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08/13/2018 by

Varicose veins are common. They often first appear during pregnancy or as people get older. If you are starting to get varicose veins or have had them for a while, there are still things you can do. Several health-promoting practices may help keep your varicose veins from getting worse or, in some cases, can even prevent them … Continue reading How to Keep Your Varicose Veins from Getting Worse


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06/04/2018 by

Summer weather is already here in New York, and you know what that means — bare legs! Long pants are uncomfortable in the heat and humidity. Airy dresses worn with bare legs and sandals, shorts, and bathing suits are the way to go when the real-feel temperature soars. But what do you do if you have … Continue reading Get Rid of Your Varicose Veins to Enjoy Summer in New York


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05/22/2018 by

If you have varicose veins, what should you do? Should you get them treated, or just leave them alone and try to ignore them? If you’ve never considered getting varicose veins treatment before, you might be surprised to learn about the minimally invasive treatments that are available now. Reasons to Get Varicose Veins Treated There are two … Continue reading Should You Get Your Varicose Veins Treated?


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