If Athletes Are In Great Shape, Why Are They At Risk of Blood Clots?
Exercise is excellent for your vein health. But even if you work out regularly, you may still see those twisting, bulging veins on your legs, a condition that puts you at higher risk for blood clots.
Working From Home and Vein Health: The Good and Bad
Chances are good that you or someone you know works remotely. Learn how the work-from-home environment can impact your veins, mental health, and what you can do to reduce the risks.
Are You At Risk for Venous Stasis Dermatitis?
Are you experiencing red, itchy skin on your legs and feet? It could be a sign of venous insufficiency. But don’t worry, we can treat it!
Do You Have Cellulitis or Venous Skin Changes: What’s the Difference?
Venous stasis dermatitis can be misdiagnosed as cellulitis. Learn the differences between these two painful skin conditions: one caused by venous insufficiency and the other being a bacterial skin infection. Learn why misidentifying the conditions can lead to prolonged and unnecessary patient suffering.
Flying Soon? Try These Seven Exercises To Help Your Circulation
Are you planning to go on a long-haul flight soon? Try these exercises to keep your veins healthy.
Bad Habits to Break for Improved Circulation
These six bad habits hurting your circulation. Breaking these habits today could have a long term benefits to your circulation.
Warehouse and Factory Work: Does it Cause Vein Disease?
Warehouse and factory workers, especially those who stand or sit for extended periods on the job, are at risk for varicose veins and vein disease. CVR's Dr. Soohyun Kim shares her extensive knowledge in managing vein disease and provides information about what employees can do to reduce their on-the-job risks.
Top 5 Reasons for Leg Pain
But not all leg pain is created equal. Learn the different types of leg pain, how to determine if your pain is caused by vein disease, and what you should do if malfunctioning leg vein valves are causing you discomfort.
Will Weightlifting Cause Varicose Veins?
In honor of National Men’s Health Month, we’re taking a look at the connection between weightlifting and varicose veins.