Life After Treating Venous Insufficiency: What to Expect

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Medically reviewed by Mohamed T. Hassan, MD, DABVLM, RPV, on October 4, 2023

Dealing with venous insufficiency (vein disease) can be challenging, but with proper treatment and care, it's possible to significantly improve your quality of life. In this blog, we'll explore what you can expect after treating venous insufficiency, from reduced symptoms to a more active and comfortable lifestyle. Let's dive in!

Relief from Pain and Discomfort: One of the most noticeable changes you'll experience after treating venous insufficiency is relief from the pain, discomfort, and swelling in your legs. Proper treatment, including lifestyle changes, compression therapy, or medical procedures for varicose veins, can help alleviate these symptoms. As a result, you'll find it easier to go about your daily activities without the constant discomfort.

Improved Circulation: Venous insufficiency often leads to poor blood circulation in the legs. After treatment, you can expect a significant improvement in blood flow. This means better oxygen and nutrient delivery to your leg tissues, which can aid in healing and reduce the risk of complications like ulcers.

Reduced Risk of Complications: Left untreated, venous insufficiency can lead to more severe complications such as venous ulcers, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and skin changes. Treating venous insufficiency promptly can lower your risk of developing these complications and their associated challenges.

Increased Mobility: With improved circulation and reduced pain, you'll likely experience increased mobility. Activities that were once limited due to discomfort may become easier to enjoy, allowing you to maintain an active lifestyle. Walking, exercising, and participating in hobbies can all become more manageable and enjoyable.

Enhanced Quality of Life: Overall, treating venous insufficiency can greatly improve your quality of life. You'll no longer have to endure the constant discomfort and limitations of the condition. Instead, you'll be able to participate more fully in daily activities, spend time with loved ones, and pursue your interests without the burden of pain and swelling.

Continued Management: It's important to note that while treatment can provide relief and improve your condition, venous insufficiency may require ongoing management. This might include wearing compression stockings, following a specific exercise routine, or making dietary adjustments to support your vascular health. Regular follow-up appointments with your healthcare provider will help ensure your condition remains well-managed.


After treating venous insufficiency, you can expect a life with less pain, improved circulation, and a reduced risk of complications. By actively managing your condition and following your healthcare provider's guidance, you can enjoy an enhanced quality of life and continue to lead an active and fulfilling lifestyle. Don't hesitate to seek professional medical advice if you suspect you have venous insufficiency or if you need further guidance on managing your condition.

How to make an appointment with the leaders in vein treatment

Center for Vein Restoration (CVR), the nation’s largest physician-led vein center, proudly offers 110+ clinic locations across the United States. Since 2007, we’ve been radically improving the lives of people suffering from symptoms of venous insufficiency by providing safe, personalized, and positive treatment options for vein disease.

Dr. Mohamed T. Hassan is one of the 70+ CVR vein specialists. He is the lead physician at CVR locations in Birmingham, AL, and Trussville, AL. To make an appointment with Dr. Hassan or any CVR vein physician or any other CVR board-certified vein specialist, call 240-965-3915 to speak to a Patient Services Representative or schedule your consultation online at a CVR near you today.

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