Recent Articles About Vein Health
Varicose Veins & Travel: Read This Before You Set Out!
For people with swollen, itchy varicose veins, leg pain can ruin your vacation. Learn tips to reduce irritating varicose veins during travel and enjoy your vacation--pain-free. You've earned it!
Welcome Leslie Cunningham, M.D., Ph.D.
Center for Vein Restoration is pleased to welcome vein physician Leslie Cunningham, M.D., Ph.D., to CVR’s Midland, Sagina, and Lansing, Michigan locations. A dedicated vascular surgeon, Dr. Cunningham has years of medical military service experience and has devoted his career to treating the pain and discomfort caused by venous and lymphatic disease.
Thinking About Treating Your Varicose Veins? Don’t Make These Four Logic Mistakes!
Four common mistakes that may prevent you from successfully treating your varicose veins:
How Often Will I Need Varicose Vein Treatment?
How often you’ll need varicose vein treatment depends much on what you do doing your recovery period. Taking certain steps can help reduce the need for multiple treatments.
Is Laser Safe for Treating Varicose Veins?
Today, lasers are one of the most popular ways to eliminate varicose veins. Learn more about laser ablation treatments below.
Bad Habits to Break for Improved Circulation
These six bad habits hurting your circulation. Breaking these habits today could have a long term benefits to your circulation.
How Much Time Off Will I Need For Vein Treatment?
Today’s varicose vein treatments will get you back to your routine in no time. But there are things you can do to ensure a quick and successful recovery.
Warehouse and Factory Work: Does it Cause Vein Disease?
Warehouse and factory workers, especially those who stand or sit for extended periods on the job, are at risk for varicose veins and vein disease. CVR's Dr. Soohyun Kim shares her extensive knowledge in managing vein disease and provides information about what employees can do to reduce their on-the-job risks.
The Relationship Between Menopause and Varicose Veins
Learn why varicose veins develop during menopause and what you can do to reduce the pain of your swollen veins.