Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy vs. Visual Sclerotherapy
Both Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy and non-guided are safe and effective in removing varicose veins and spider veins. So what is the difference between them?
Health Spending Accounts: Use it Now or Lose it
As the end of the year approaches, the time is now to use your health spending account for varicose vein and other vein disease care or risk losing the funds permanently.
Varicose Vein Treatments. Comparing Minimally Invasive Procedures.
We discuss the options in Varicose Vein treatment. Which minimally invasive vein treatment is best for you?
Should You Get a Cosmetic Treatment or Wait a Little Longer?
After millions of vaccinations, it's a relatively safe time for cosmetic treatments. Learn more about the precautions to take, including the reliable services we offer.
Can Ayurvedic Treatment Help Varicose Veins?
An ancient holistic practice born in India, some sources claim that ayurvedic medicine can cure varicose veins. But is that true?
Why the Massachusetts Winter is the Best Time for Vein Treatment
If there is one benefit to the Bay State’s long winters, it’s that it gives you enough time to heal your varicose veins before summer.
Center for Vein Restoration Offers Flexible Telemedicine Options
The popularity of telemedicine has grown in recent years, and the Center for Vein Restoration is one of many providers who offer a telehealth option to our patients.
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.
Telemedicine for Vein Health – New from Center for Vein Restoration
In these challenging times, it may seem easier to put off looking into leg swelling, pain, varicose veins or other leg health issues until after the pandemic. But vein disease, also known as venous insufficiency, is a progressive disorder. What may begin as a cosmetic concern can progress, increasing your risk of blood clots, lymphedema, or venous ulcers. Not to mention, long periods of inactivity or sitting can make vein disease worse even faster. We can now schedule you for a live video or phone appointment, called a Telemedicine appointment, as a new or returning patient. Our team of providers is standing by, ready to connect with you in real time without you leaving the comfort of your home.