Venous Disease: Conservative treatment refers to non-invasive options

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 plan is not corrective and will not “heal” or “repair” any veins that have already become diseased.