Recent Articles About Vein Health
Telemedicine: It’s Here to Stay at Center for Vein Restoration
COVID-19 presented a challenge to the healthcare industry as it grappled with maintaining routine medical care in the face of the deadly virus. Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) rose to the occasion by developing a robust telemedicine program designed to help meet the needs of people suffering from venous insufficiency (vein disease). Telemedicine is here to stay at CVR.
Online Scheduling: Advanced Vein Care Made Easy
Scheduling online to see a vein doctor is fast and easy. It is vital to address vein disease, the root cause of varicose veins, with a vein physician. Vein disease is progressive, can get worse, and will not go away on its own without vein treatment.
Why are Skinny Jeans Bad for Varicose Veins?
Varicose veins and skinny jeans may not be the best fashion combo. Tight fitting clothes may restrict proper blood flow.
Will Vitamin E Oil Help My Varicose Veins?
Like many nutritional supplements, vitamin E is great for your overall health. Unfortunately, it can’t eliminate your varicose veins.
How are Varicose Veins Diagnosed?
A combination of physical exam and imaging are required to properly diagnose varicose veins.
Do Varicose Veins Cause Bruising?
Varicose veins can cause various symptoms, including bruising. We discuss some ways you can prevent it.
Do Varicose Veins Cause Blood Clots
Varicose veins don’t directly cause blood clots, but they can increase your risk of developing a clot. Understand your risks and work to prevent a clot.
Center for Vein Restoration Welcomes Dr. Fatisha Gayton!
Fatisha Gayton, MD, is an experienced, board-certified vein physician dedicated to helping people suffering from leg pain, cramping, swelling, ulcers, lymphedema, and other symptoms of vein disease. She offers state-of-the-art vascular care in Atlanta, Georgia.