Dr. Danny Chan of Precision VIR was featured on The Staying Young Radio Show to discuss pelvic congestion syndrome in women and testicular issues in men. Hosted by two renowned physicians, Drs. Walter Gaman and J. Mark Anderson, and a top health and wellness expert, Judy Gaman, the show provides listeners with humorous banter combined … Continue reading Dr. Danny Chan Featured on Radio Show for Pelvic Congestion in Women & Testicular Issues in Men
Press Release/Announcement: Precision VIR announces the availability of Varithena® (polidocanol injectable foam) 1% to treat varicose veins Dallas, Texas, 11/20/2017: Dr. Danny Chan, Dr. Jaryd Stein and the associate vein specialists in Dallas, Texas at Precision Vascular and Interventional (Precision VIR) are pleased to announce the availability of Varithena® (polidocanol injectable foam). This is a … Continue reading Varicose Veins Minimally Invasive Treatment Approved
Varicose Veins Treatment with Varithena® – Frequently Asked Questions from Patients Request an Appointment We encourage you to schedule a consultation with Precision VIR. One of our vein care specialists will advise on whether or not you’re an ideal candidate for Varithena, as well as create a custom treatment plan. Call the office today … Continue reading Varicose Veins Treatment with Varithena FAQs
Read Joseph’s Experience with Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI): There are so many success stories of how the best Dallas vein doctors at Precision VIR help patients. Here’s another one we would like to share with you: Joseph* is a 51-year-old male who was suffering from varicose veins in both legs and a leg ulcer that … Continue reading The Best Dallas Vein Doctors Help Man with CVI
Frequently Asked Questions About the ClosureFast™ Procedure (previously known as Venefit™ or VNUS closure) The Preferred Treatment for Varicose Veins and CVI The ClosureFast™ procedure (previously known as Venefit™) is a minimally invasive treatment for varicose veins and Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) in which one of the experienced doctors at Precision VIR inserts an Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) Catheter to collapse … Continue reading ClosureFast Targeted Endovenous Therapy FAQs
Do you know your BMI (Body Mass Index)? Your cholesterol count? Your blood pressure? If not, you may not be visiting your doctor often enough. An article on well-beingsecrets.com gives 30 reasons why Americans should be visiting their doctors more often than they currently do, and that includes your vein doctor. Here are some of … Continue reading Why Visit Your Vein Doctor More Often?
What Are Varicoceles? A varicocele is essentially a varicose vein of the testicle or scrotum. In normally functioning veins in the scrotum, one-way valves allow blood to flow from the testicles back into the rest of the body. In a varicocele, these valves do not function correctly, thus allowing blood to pool and enlarge the … Continue reading All About Varicoceles Symptoms, Risk Factors, Diagnosis and Treatment
It is estimated that over 20 million Americans suffer from venous disease, and an even greater number of patients suffer silently going undiagnosed. Venous disease is a spectrum of findings that usually involves a condition where the vein walls and valves become weakened. The valves stretch and become damaged interrupting normal physiological blood flow. There is … Continue reading What is Venous Disease?
The causes of chronic pelvic pain are varied, but are often associated with the presence of ovarian and pelvic varicose veins. Pelvic congestion syndrome is similar to varicose veins in the legs. In both cases, the valves in the veins that help return blood to the heart against gravity become weakened and don’t close properly, … Continue reading Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
You have been treated for unwanted veins on your legs or trunk. The recovery is very simple and predictable with most individuals having little or no problems, especially if you follow the instructions below after your Sclerotherapy treatment. Resume daily activities as normal. Wear the compression stockings or support hose on the treated leg continuously … Continue reading Guidelines for After Sclerotherapy