Recent Articles About Vein Health
My patient only has signs of spider veins (according to your CEAP chart)
As a matter of review the CEAP system is based on Clinical findings(usually on physical examination), Etiology(congenital, primary, or seconday),
Why send patients to a vein group as opposed to a surgical group that does arterial and venous work?
Great question. I’m glad you asked. Many vascular surgical groups do fine work in the diagnosis and treatment of peripheral
Sending a patient to Vein Center for Leg Pain
Q: I'm a physical therapist. We are trained that exercise can heal the body; how do we know when to
Understanding Vulvar Varicosities
Understanding Vulvar Varicosities Theresa M. Soto, MD FACOG, FACS As patients and clinicians are becoming more familiar and comfortable with the examination,
DVT Awareness Month: The Patient Perspective
By ROB KISER, DO Often physicians fall into the trap of philosophical "Essentialism." We believe, as we were taught, that each
What is the difference between DVT and EHIT?
What is the difference between DVT and EHIT? Endovenous thermal ablation is an accepted method of treatment for superficial vein reflux
Why should I send patients to a vein group when they could be treated for both the veins and arterial side with a vascular group? Do vascular groups have same capabilities for treating veins?
As with all medical and surgical practice, expertise arises from education, dedication, fascination, and specialization. While there are certainly practitioners
Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)
Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS): What you Need to Know Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a condition in which your
Venotonics: Reducing Symptoms of Venous Insufficiency
Venotonics: Reducing Symptoms of Venous Insufficiency Venotonics, also known as venotropics or phlebotropics, are a class of medicinals that have effect