Will Vitamin K Help Spider Veins Disappear?
In this article Center for Vein Restoration, venous insufficiency expert Lawrence Markovitz, MD, addresses the topic of natural remedies for spider veins. Specifically, he answers the question about the impact of vitamin K to help ease spider veins.
5 Supplements That Can Help with Varicose Veins
Discover natural support options for vascular health right in your refrigerator!
Varicose Eczema and Stasis Dermatitis: Symptoms and Causes
Venous stasis dermatitis, or varicose eczema, is a kind of skin disorder that can occur in people with varicose veins. Learn the signs and symptoms, who is at risk, what will happen if left untreated, and how venous stasis dermatitis is treated.
What Are the Warning Signs of a Blood Clot?
Blood clots are healthy and lifesaving when they stop external bleeding, but they can be dangerous or even fatal when they occur inside the body.
6 Early Signs of Deep Vein Thrombosis
Deep vein thrombosis can happen to just about anyone, although advanced age and other health-related factors put you at greater risk. That's why knowing the warning signs is essential.
Your Dark & Bulging Veins Can Be a Sign of a Deeper Issue
Learn the cause of and what to do about dark & bulging leg veins.
Is Smoking a Risk Factor for DVT?
Learn what DVT is, why it is a potentially dangerous condition, and how smoking increases the risk.
Why Are Veins Blue?
You might be surprised to learn that veins aren’t blue. In fact, they’re mostly colorless. It’s the blood inside the veins that helps give them color.
Virginia Vein Care Now Part of Center for Vein Restoration
Center for Vein Restoration (CVR), the nation's clinical leader in treating vein disease, announces its partnership with Virginia Vein Center and its lead physician Lawrence Jay Markovitz, MD, FACS. Dr. Markovitz will be treating patients in McLean and Purcellville, Virginia. CVR provides safe, personalized, and positive treatment for underserved people suffering from venous insufficiency (vein disease).