The Importance of Treating Venous Disease

The physical manifestations of lower extremity venous insufficiency can range from the most common spider and varicose veins to, in extreme cases, skin breakdown and venous ulcers. The venous ulcers can subsequently lead to more serious medical conditions. Venous disease can get worse if untreated. Incompetent and weakened valves can lead to more prominent varicose veins.

Patients that leave their venous disease untreated are often not able to enjoy the same quality of life or wellness, and are likely to eventually have more serious health issues. A vicious cycle of derangement occurs as vein disease progresses, varicose veins enlarge become more prominent and valves and veins walls become more damaged. Varicose veins occur only in the lower body and can affect anywhere in the lower half of the body, from the groin down to the ankle.

Venous disease can be easily diagnosed and is treatable even at an advanced stage. The condition is generally covered by most health insurances, including Medicare and Medicaid.

Dr. Jaryd Stein Explains Venous Reflux, Known as Varicose Veins

Common Venous Conditions We Treat

Effective and Safe Treatments

At Precision VIR, we are experts in the field of venous disease and will do our best to help you both understand and treat the problem. Our doctor specialists have extensive experience with all types of vein patients including patients with connective tissue disorders and patients in the bariatric surgery patient population.

Precision VIR utilizes many state-of-the-art modalities to treat veins of all sizes. Our vascular experts will carefully evaluate each patient and confer with the patient to formulate an individualized treatment plan. The goal of medical treatment is to eliminate venous insufficiency and restore proper venous circulation by eliminating any refluxing veins, varicose veins, and spider veins. The choice of medical treatment depends upon the severity, size, location, and depth of the diseased veins.

View Treatment Options

At Precision VIR, Excellent Patient Care Is Our Passion

As specialists in the field of venous disease, we have extensive experience with all types of vein disorder patients. We can easily diagnose venous disease and treat it even at an advanced stage.

Request an appointment if you're experiencing any of the following symptoms

  • Aching/Pain in Legs
  • Leg Ulcers
  • Itching or Burning
  • Leg Cramping
  • Phlebitis
  • Leg Restlessness
  • Ankle & Leg Swelling (Edema)
  • Leg Heaviness & Fatigued Legs
  • Venous Stasis Dermatitis
  • Skin Hyperpigmentation & Discoloration

View Common Symptoms

Request An Appointment

 

Verification