Vascular Doctors Working with Podiatrists & Wound Care Physicians


The doctors at Precision Vascular and Interventional (Precision VIR) strongly feel that the best care of chronic and critical limb ischemia patients requires a team approach with podiatrists and wound care doctors. These patients with arterial ischemic wounds, especially those in diabetic patients, require the off-loading and wound care that a well-trained podiatrist can provide. … Continue reading Vascular Doctors Working with Podiatrists & Wound Care Physicians

Vein Care During Pregnancy


How to Prevent Varicose Veins During Pregnancy and Beyond: Mobility is the key. Walking is a healthy way to improve circulation in the legs while helping to prevent clots and varicose veins forming. Avoid crossing your legs to decrease pressure in your legs. Crossing your legs increases the pressure felt by your veins dramatically and … Continue reading Vein Care During Pregnancy

What is Venous Disease?


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?

Guidelines for After Sclerotherapy


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

Varicose Veins Treatment


Varicose veins are veins that are in the superficial compartment of the leg that have become enlarged, swollen, twisted, and/or bulging due to venous reflux disease. The visible veins can be many colors but are most commonly red, blue or flesh-toned. The bulging veins most often appear on the thighs, back of the calves, and … Continue reading Varicose Veins Treatment

Spider Veins


Treatment Options for Spider Veins Spider veins are a common unwanted issue for many patients. The medical term for spider veins is telangiectasias. Spider veins can be multiple colors, red, purple or blue are the most common. Sclerotherapy Microphlebectomy Deep Vein Thrombosis Clarivein Venefit™ Therapy Conservative Treatment   Symptoms of Spider Veins Spider veins often are unsightly … Continue reading Spider Veins

Itching/Burning


Why are My Legs Itching and/or Burning? Itching and/or burning on the legs may be an indication of an underlying venous issue such as varicose veins or spider veins. They may be centered around a cluster of prominent spider veins or visible varicose veins. A throbbing sensation may be an additional symptom along with the itching … Continue reading Itching/Burning

Conservative Treatment


Non-invasive Vein Treatment Option Conservative treatment refers to non-invasive options such as lifestyle changes (eating less, exercising more, losing weight, etc.) and wearing compression stockings. The objective of the conservative approach is to support the venous circulation of the legs in order to minimize symptoms and slow the development of new diseased veins. This treatment … Continue reading Conservative Treatment

Venefit™ Targeted Endovenouse Therapy FAQs


Frequently Asked Questions About the Venefit™ Procedure (previously known as VNUS closure) The Preferred Treatment for Varicose Veins and CVI The Venefit™ procedure 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 and … Continue reading Venefit™ Targeted Endovenouse Therapy FAQs