Recent Articles About Vein Health
What are Vulvar Varicosities?
Pregnancy can cause varicose veins on not only the legs, but on the genital area as well.
4 Celebrities Who Have Dealt with Venous Disorders in the Spotlight
Venous disorders and varicose veins can affect anyone — actresses, supermodels, and athletes included.
Happy Halloween 2019: Why Are Varicose and Spider Veins so Scary?
Varicose veins and spider veins are scary when you first notice them on your legs. But it’s even scarier to realize that they won’t go away by themselves, that they will most likely get worse over time, and that they can lead to serious medical issues like venous ulcers, bleeding, or a Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).
CVR Recommends Minimally Invasive RF Ablation Procedures
These treatments for chronic venous insufficiency (vein disease) are performed by one of CVR’s board-certified surgeons.
Study Links Cardiovascular Fitness and Lessened DVT Risk
More and more evidence points to a connection between cardiovascular health and venous disorders like deep vein thrombosis and varicose veins.
How Much Sun is Too Much for Your Varicose Veins?
Heat worsens the symptoms and appearance of varicose veins and spider veins, but that doesn’t mean patients with varicose veins can’t enjoy summertime.
Varicose Veins and Hair Removal
Want smooth legs for the summer? If you have varicose veins, you must choose your hair removal method carefully.
Center for Vein Restoration Joined by Alabama Vein Specialist, Veteran – Dr. Rodney Sirk
Fairhope doctor with a career dedicated to Phlebology joins national practice
Dubuque, Iowa Patient Testimonials
Before treatment, my legs had big, bulging bumps and were painful. I never had treatment before and was referred by a friend. I had the VNUS (Venefit) procedure done and it was all quick and painless. I returned to normal activities right away with the lumps and pain gone a couple weeks later.