Women Are More Likely to Develop Varicose Veins. Here's Why.
More than half of women will develop varicose veins during their lifetimes. So what makes women more prone to varicose
Why Spring is a Great Time to Treat Varicose Veins
Get ready for your summer wardrobe by treating your varicose veins now. With summer nearly here, many patients with varicose veins
Here's How Smoking Impacts Your Vein Health
Smoking isn’t just bad for lungs and heart. It’s harmful to your veins as well. Most people know that smoking is
Center for Vein Restoration Celebrates National Nurses Week
CVR to recognize local nurses, employees during national appreciation week, May 6 – 12.
The Relationship between DVT and Cancer
Cancer patients are at greater risk of developing blood clots, but doctors have methods to keep blood flowing properly. Unfortunately, patients
Why Do Young, Healthy People Sometimes Get DVT?
Basketball star Brandon Ingram was recently diagnosed with a blood clot, a surprisingly common condition among young athletes. When the Los
Which Exercises Are Safest for Varicose Veins?
Not all exercises are good for those suffering from varicose veins. Here are some to try — and some to
Everything You Need to Know About VenaSeal
VenaSeal is a relatively new treatment option that has proven just as effective in healing varicose veins as other procedures. While
Do You Have Varicose Eczema?
One outgrowth of varicose veins is the dry, itchy skin of eczema. If you already have varicose veins, it’s likely