Recent Articles About Vein Health
A Vein Physician is First a Well-Rounded Doctor
As a vein specialist physician, I have seen the care of vein disease expand exponentially over the last 18 years. The care of symptomatic varicose veins progressed from surgery (stripping and ligation) under general anesthesia to outpatient thermal (heat) closure of the superficial veins and currently to the use of a medical adhesive to shut down the abnormal veins.
Welcome Diana Wilsher, DO, DABVLM
Center for Vein Restoration (CVR) is thrilled to welcome vein specialist Diana Wilsher, DO, DABVLM, to our Canton, Michigan location. Dr. Wilsher is a devoted, hard-working, and compassionate physician with eight years of experience in diagnosing and treating venous and lymphatic disease and family medicine.
Varicose Veins | Kevin's Patient Story
Male in his early 40s with prominent varicose veins. Center for Vein Restoration Physician: Mehul Shah, MD, FSVM
What Kind of Doctor Treats Varicose Veins? (Part 2 of 3)
In this three-part series, we will explore the treatment of varicose veins, including what a vein doctor is, and type of experience, education and training a patient should look for when choosing a vein specialist. During this part, we will focus on credentials, qualifications, and the definition of phlebology.
What Kind of Doctor Treats Varicose Veins? (Part 1 of 3)
More than 40 million people in the United States experience leg aching, heaviness, itching, or embarrassment caused by varicose veins. If you are experiencing these uncomfortable symptoms, finding a highly qualified vein doctor to diagnose and treat your vein disease is probably one of the most important tasks that you can do.
Checking Yourself for DVT At Home
Checking for deep vein thrombosis should be part of your health care routine. Learn about the signs, symptoms, and treatment options.
Visiting a Vein Doctor After Getting Your COVID-19 Vaccine
The COVID vaccine is now here and it's finally widely available, allowing Americans who receive it to return to some sense of normalcy without the fear of catching the virus and all of the potentially debilitating effects that come with it. And one thing that many Alaskans may choose to do after receiving the vaccine is seek any vein treatments that they've been putting off in the meantime.
How to Check for Blood Clots at Home
Performing blood clot checks is important because, if left untreated, clots can lead to stroke, heart attack, kidney failure, and other serious problems.
How to Check for Varicose Veins at Home
Knowing how to check for varicose veins at home can save you from discomfort and dangerous complications later.