Recent Articles About Vein Health
Tips for Vein Health During Long Travel
Americans plan to travel in numbers even greater than pre-COVID-19 levels. And while this is an exciting time, it is vital to learn tips from a vein physician about keeping long-distance travel safe.
Don't Let Fear Stop You From Getting Varicose Vein Surgery
Don’t delay treatment for your varicose veins! Today’s surgery procedures are minimally invasive and are the only way to eliminate your varicose veins
What to Expect During Your Vein Ablation Procedure
Here’s what you can expect from vein ablation.
Are Varicose Veins a Sign of Blood Clots Forming?
Varicose veins cause pain and swelling and can increase your risk of developing a blood clot in the leg. But you can prevent a potentially dangerous blood clot by treating your vein disease.
Will I Need a C-Section Because of Vulvar Varicose Veins?
Pregnancy can sometimes cause varicose veins in the pelvis. But it doesn’t mean you can’t have a standard delivery.
Restless Leg Syndrome: Is Vein Treatment the Solution?
Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a movement disorder characterized by creepy-crawling, tugging, throbbing, and burning sensations in the legs. Center for Vein Restoration vein physician Dr. Gregory Ruth explains the connection between RLS and chronic venous insufficiency (vein disease).
Need a Massage? Get Your Varicose Veins Checked First
Thinking about getting a massage, you may want to think twice if you have varicose veins.
Treatment Options for Vein Disease
Vein doctor Diana Wilsher, D.O., DABVLM, reviews modern treatment options for diseased veins and answers the question of why one vein treatment method is chosen over another. Dr. Wilsher is the lead physician at Center for Vein Restoration's clinics in Canton, MI, and Dearborn, MI.
Pregnancy is Rough on Veins. Sorry Mom (and Thanks ❤️)
During pregnancy, 80 percent of women experience symptoms related to vein disease, including swelling, fatigue, and painful varicose veins. Learn how to prevent varicose veins during pregnancy and what women should do before, during, and after pregnancy to reduce their risks of bulging, uncomfortable veins.