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Did you know this about vein disease?
1 in 4 Americans suffer from chronic venous insufficiency. Though common, it’s important to get vein disease treated early to avoid potentially dangerous complications.
There can be both physical and cosmetic symptoms of venous insufficiency. The most common of these include swelling, pain, and itchiness in the legs and ankles, as well as darkened and enlarged veins.
Treatment is Fast & Minimally-Invasive
With advances in technology, varicose and spider veins can be treated with different types of minimally-invasive procedures. We offer the best of them here at Center for Vein Restoration.
Spider Veins and Varicose Veins:
Two Signs of Vein Disease
What are spiders veins?
Often resembling spider webs or thin tree branches, spider veins are small, dilated blood vessels near the surface of the skin. They can be red, purple, or blue in color, and usually appear on the legs, chest, or face. Though they rarely indicate a serious health problem, spider veins on the legs can cause uncomfortable sensations and are a sign of underlying venous reflux, or "hidden varicose veins."
What are varicose veins?
Varicose veins are visible, swollen veins, which tend to develop in the calf and groin areas of the leg. Blood pools in the vein, forcing it to expand, resulting in a twisted or knotted appearance. Because of the increased pressure in the vein, varicose veins are more likely to cause serious aching or throbbing pain, especially after sitting or standing for a long period of time.
Diagnosing Vein Disease
Venous insufficiency affects the lives of 1 in 4 Americans, yet it remains largely misunderstood and commonly misdiagnosed. We've come to accept many of the symptoms–such as leg pain and aches–as normal signs of aging. However, leg pain is anything but a sign of aging.
But we have good news. If your leg pain is in fact due to chronic venous insufficiency, it's going to be very treatable. And, we've made the first stage of diagnosing easy with our self-assessment, so if you want to better understand your veins and whether or not they'll benefit from treatment, go ahead and start your assessment.
Fast, Minimally-Invasive Treatment for Vein Disease
Always striving to give our patients the very best vein care experience, our treatments for chronic venous insufficiency take less than an hour and, afterwards, our patients can go right back to normal activity with little or no pain. All Center for Vein Restoration treatments are simple, office-based outpatient procedures, providing a level of safety and reliability only possible with the experience and expertise of our vein specialists.
How to Get Started with Your Vein Treatment
Feeling better begins with a call to our Patient Service Specialists. They'll address all your questions and help put your mind at ease. Call 855-653-8346 to schedule a consultation.
Our Vein Treatments are Usually Covered by Insurance
Cosmetic Procedures and Insurance
Although almost all of our medically necessary vein procedures are covered by insurance providers, some providers don't cover cosmetic vein treatments.
Medically Necessary Procedures and Insurance
For medically necessary procedures, our team of insurance specialists work directly with your provider to make sure you get the very most from your plan's benefits.
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Get to Know Dr. Lakhanpal
A world-renowned and respected practitioner of vein and cardiovascular care, Sanjiv Lakhanpal, MD, FACS founded Center for Vein Restoration in 2007 with the goal of providing exceptional, yet affordable, treatment for vein disease patients.
Board certified in general surgery and cardiovascular and thoracic surgery, prior to founding Center for Vein Restoration, Dr. Lakhanpal was the director of minimally-invasive cardiac surgery at Washington Adventist Hospital. Before that he served as the director of cardiac surgery at Prince George’s Hospital Center.
Today, in addition to his role as President & CEO, Dr. Lakhanpal is a frequent contributor to the advancement of vein care. His work is extensively published in the field of cardiovascular surgery and phlebology, and he’s a national spokesperson and thought leader on vein and cardiovascular care.