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Consequences Of Ignoring Vein Issues

Posted January 25, 2011 in Vein Disease

Consequences such as swelling, skin changes, blood clots and ulcers in the ankle result from untreated varicose veins. Other possible symptoms include venous leg pain, disturbance of skin sensation, burning or stinging and pain in lower limb. Don’t ignore vein issues!

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Do Insurance Companies Pay for Varicose Vein Treatment?

Posted January 17, 2011 in Insurance

The majority of insurance companies cover varicose vein procedures for patients experiencing symptoms. Insurance companies are attracted to the fact that our procedures eliminate the need for hospitalization, general anesthesia, and lengthy recovery times. They like to see that patients have attempted conservative treatment such as elevation and compression hose.

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Risk Factors For Vein Disease

Posted January 04, 2011 in Vein Disease

Understanding the risk factors that come along with vein disease is a serious matter. Aging, menopause, and obesity are often linked to vein disorders although the most common factor for the development of varicose or spider veins is heredity – simply being born with weak vein valves. Additionally, increased pressure in the veins, such as […]

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