Recent Articles About Vein Health
Varicose Veins and Leg Amputation
You may consider your varicose veins only a minor cosmetic issue, but they’re not. Delaying treatment could lead to serious complications.
Is Radiofrequency Ablation Painful?
Radiofrequency Ablation is just one modern vein treatment option. In comparison to the out-dated method of vein-stripping, this method is relatively painless and can be done safely in an outpatient environment.
Will Your Varicose Veins Return After Treatment?
Although current minimally invasive procedures have proven successful in eliminating painful and unsightly varicose veins, it’s not unheard of for patients to experience a recurrence after treatment.
What is a Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)?
A DVT is a condition in which a blood clot (thrombus) forms in one of the deep veins in the body. After forming, the thrombus can break off and move to other parts of the body and can cause a heart attack, stroke, or pulmonary embolism.
How to Soothe Itchy Varicose Veins
Itching is just one uncomfortable symptom of varicose veins, but it can be among the most distressing. Here’s what you can do to stop the itch.
Can You Name 5 Materials at Your Local Hardware Store That Can Also Be Used in Your Body in Modern Medicine?
Any natural or synthetic material used to replace, support, or enhance a biological function is called a Biomaterial.
Can Essential Oils Heal Varicose Veins?
Essential oils, at best, provide only temporary relief from the discomfort of varicose veins. But there are other at-home remedies you can try.
Center for Vein Restoration Opens First Massachusetts Location; Welcomes Dr. Pamela Kim
Clinical leaders in vein care open office in Framingham, MA with lead physician trained exclusively in Vascular Surgery, Phlebology
What To Do About a Burst Varicose Vein
A sudden rush of blood from a ruptured varicose vein can be alarming — and a sign that your vein needs immediate medical treatment.
Hand Vein Treatment Options
Bulging hand veins are most often caused by the effect of gravity and age-related loss of surrounding tissue. Treatment is considered a cosmetic endeavor and is not covered by insurance. In very rare cases, there may be an underlying medical condition; therefore, an evaluation by a Midwest Vein Center physician is required prior to scheduling treatment.