Citas seguras y privadas para cirujanos vasculares disponibles en Alaska durante la crisis de COVID-19
Even in times of crisis, such as during the COVID-19 pandemic, many still need treatment for medical conditions unrelated to the virus. And when it's your turn to report for a medical appointment, you don't want to wait in a room full of others and risk exposure to a highly contagious disease. The Center for Vein Restoration in Alaska understands, and we're doing what's needed to keep you safe as you report for treatment. See our tips for choosing your vascular surgeon.
Get Vascular Surgery Done in Alaska During COVID-19
Vascular problems such as varicose veins and vascular ulcers have painful symptoms that need to be addressed. And while treatment may not be an emergency, ignoring vascular problems can lead to more serious conditions such as deep vein thrombosis (DVT). You can still get treatment for vein disease today in Alaska without exposing yourself to the risks of COVID-19. The Center for Vein Restoration has a vascular surgeon available right now for those in need of procedures such as sclerotherapy.
Enjoy a Private Appointment With Our Vascular Surgeon and Staff
Sitting in a crowded waited room is not recommended during the current pandemic. But the symptoms of vein disease need treatment because they range from uncomfortable to painful. They typically affect the legs and may include:
If left untreated, vein disorders such as spider or varicose veins can lead to more serious ulcers. Ulcers appear as painful sores, usually around your legs and ankles. They often take a long time to heal, and may pose a risk of infection.
If you need treatment for vein disease in Alaska, there's no need to suffer. The Center for Vein Restoration offers one-on-one appointments that won't leave you waiting in a crowded room full of patients. Don't put yourself and your loved ones at risk by seeking treatment at a medical center or local emergency room. Make a private appointment with our vascular surgeon instead. We'll get you in and out without putting you in contact with others who are experiencing the symptoms associated with COVID-19 such as dry cough and labored breathing.
Don't Worry About Your Copay
The Center for Vein Restoration in Alaska is currently waiving copays for our valued vein patients during this difficult time. We understand how uncertain the future may seem right now, and we're doing all we can to help. Therefore, when you schedule an appointment with our vascular surgeon for vein treatment during the pandemic, we'll waive your insurance copay. Every little bit helps, and The Center for Vein Restoration in Alaska is determined to be part of the solution.
Resist the Urge to Delay Treatment for Vein Disease
Waiting to treat the serious symptoms of vein disease puts you at greater medical risk. Chronic venous insufficiency is more than just a cosmetic problem. It also puts you at greater risk of life-threatening conditions such as deep vein thrombosis. Patients who suffer from chronic venous insufficiency have a vascular problem that prevents blood from returning from the legs to the heart. Instead, the blood pools inside the veins of the legs, causing swelling and discoloration. In severe cases, blood clots can form, causing a life-threatening condition known as DVT.
Schedule Your Private Appointment Today
When you're ready to address problems with spider veins, varicose veins, or other complications of chronic venous insufficiency, The Center for Vein Restoration in Alaska is ready to help. We'll schedule you a one-on-one appointment with our experienced vascular surgeon to help alleviate the pain, discomfort and unsightly discoloration of vascular problems. You won't wait in a crowded room or encounter other patients when you appear for your appointment. Rather, you'll receive the private, protected care that's needed during this public health crisis. Schedule an appointment with CVR Alaska today.