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August 26, 2016

How to Repair Damaged Veins

Many people suffer for years with damaged veins, when the answer to their problem is as simple as a consultation with a vein care specialist.  That consultation, along with a few tests could yield valuable information about your painful condition, and how to resolve it.  Often a patient waits, thinking the pain or the symptoms will abate, but they do not.  You should consider a consult with a vein care specialist when: You have increased swelling in your leg(s); The skin on your leg and/or ankle has become dark or thickened; One of your veins has become red, painful and warm to the touch; You have developed a sore or rash near your ankle; Your leg veins have become more pronounced; and, Your leg symptoms have begun to interfere with your daily activities,
May 8, 2014

Varicose Vein Treatment Options

Although varicose veins are mostly seen in women, they do occur in men as well. As skin thins or veins become prominent, treatment may be required. In some cases, these protrusions require no treatment at all. Most of the time, treatment is only suggested if they pose other health problems such as edema or improper blood flow. What are Varicose Veins? Varicose veins are raised or swollen blood vessels that usually occur in the legs. Sometimes they will occur in the arms, but this is rare. There are cases where the veins twist or turn. This doesn’t always cause other issues.
April 23, 2014

What is Laser Sclerotherapy?

Spider veins are a common occurrence for many people. There are many different factors from genetics to occupational hazards that conspire to create these unsightly veins. Studies have shown that as many as half of adult women in the United States and many men will experience spider veins at some point during their lifetimes. While this is a very common condition, there are many different treatment options that can easily and safely remove these unsightly veins. One popular treatment is Laser Sclerotherapy. Of all the spider vein treatments this one is winning favor for a variety of reasons and can typically be performed at any vein center in Northern New Jersey.
April 14, 2014

What Are Spider Veins?

Spider veins are similar to varicose veins but not as severe. They are a common obstacle to smooth, healthy looking skin that many people face. Some studies have suggested that they affect up to half of adult women in the United States and many men as well. This condition is generally not as serious as varicose veins but it can be unsightly and on occasion uncomfortable. The technical name for spider veins is telangiectasias and what it really is a problem with the tiny blood vessels just below the skin. Spider veins can occur anywhere where there are veins close to the surface of the skin but they are most common on the legs, thighs, and face. They will often appear as dark tree or spider web-shaped lines in red, blue, or purple. This is a very common condition that many people will face and there are a number of excellent treatment options that can be found at a vein center in New Jersey to remove or reduce their appearance. In order to get a spider vein treatment in New Jersey, all one needs to do is talk to a physician about the options and choose which procedure best suites their individual needs.