Could Treating Your Varicose Veins Cure Your RLS?
Varicose veins and restless leg syndrome (RLS) often go hand-in-hand. For people who experience both conditions, treating varicose veins can be the key to RLS relief.
Is Vein Disease the Cause of Your Foot Problems?
It’s important to listen to your feet if they tell you that there may be a problem. If you are experiencing problems with your feet that interfere with your daily life, it may be time to seek a consultation with a medical professional.
Can a Varicose Vein Rupture?
As we get older, the skin overlying varicose veins, even very small ones, thins and becomes susceptible to spontaneous rupture, sometimes resulting in very significant bleeding.
Will Your Varicose Veins Come Back After Treatment?
Clinical treatments can eliminate varicose veins, and vein experts can help to ensure varicose veins don’t return in full force after treatment is over.
How Does My Circulation Affect My Legs?
Your body’s circulation is similar to the plumbing in your house, with fresh incoming water pipes (arteries) and outgoing sewer lines (veins.)
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What to expect with Varicose Vein Treatment in Connecticut
Results of varicose vein treatment will depend on how much disease you have to start with, how compliant you are with recommended therapy, how aggressive you treat the current disease, and finally how progressive or recurrent the disease is in your particular case.
Why are my ankles swollen?
There are many causes of ankle swelling. The basic ones include heart, kidney, liver, and lung abnormalities which are typically assessed and evaluated by your primary care physician prior to the patient being referred to me.
Is Varicose Vein Treatment Covered by Health Insurance?
Yes, varicose vein treatment is usually covered by health insurance, but certain parameters must be met.