How to Deal With Visible Leg Veins Smartly

  Women are more prone to experience varicose veins than men. Almost 90% of women under the age of 25 experience visible legs veins. This is not at all a bad sign. In fact, the visible veins show that the blood is getting circulated in our body in the right way. The actual problem occurs when the visible leg veins get enlarged and you feel uncomfortable. These enlarged leg veins that cause several health issues, pain and discomfort, are known as varicose veins or spider veins. How it Happens: There are a number of reasons that influence b... Read more

Is Choosing Radiofrequency Ablation Therapy for Chronic Pain a Good Idea?

Radio frequency is not at all a new term in the medical history. In fact, it has been performed for years as a pain management treatment process. If you are experiencing chronic pain, radiofrequency ablation therapy might be the right choice for you. There is no denying the fact that any type of chronic pain can affect every aspect of your life. It becomes even more frustrating when it spreads all over your body. If you are a sufferer, you would know how difficult it is to deal with the pain. This therapy uses energy in the radiofrequency spect... Read more

Cure Varicose Veins Condition with Sclerotherapy

Ask any woman what varicose veins or spider veins are and they can tell you how it causes distress and discomfort. If you have varicose or spider vein, you must know you are not alone. However, the good news is that these unsightly veins can be treated. Sclerotherapy is one of the prominent treatments that have a good track record. The treatment can cure these spider veins easily. What is Sclerotherapy all about? Sclerotherapy is the medical procedure wherein the chemical gets injected into the patient’s vein. This destroys the vein. This pro... Read more

Does Your Work Demand Prolonged Sitting? Be Aware! It Can Lead You to Varicose Veins

The best way to keep varicose veins away is to stay at your ideal weight and moving enough. But, do we really get time to move frequently when we are at work? No, sometimes, we get stuck so much that it becomes impossible to move in regular intervals. For example, if you are a teacher, you can understand how difficult it is to move and walk after every period is over. Sometimes, people take the early symptoms like leg swelling or visible veins casually. They don’t feel it is required to consult a doctor and diagnose it. In most cases, small o... Read more

Say Good Bye to Varicose Veins in a Natural Way

We understand those blue and red twisted veins in your leg do not give you any pleasure. In fact, it is the reason for irritation, and sometimes, they can be a painful experience for people. This can happen due to poor blood flow and abnormal blood circulation. These veins are termed varicose veins. The good news is, they can be cured and you can get rid of this medical condition by following some natural ways. By following the natural ways, you can save yourself from more complicated treatment options and surgery. Below are discussed a few nat... Read more

What to Do In Case of More Severe Varicose Veins?

Having varicose veins is always irritating. When it becomes more severe, the irritation can develop into unbearable pain. However, if people treat the condition at the initial stage, it would not become a serious issue. Unfortunately, some myths are still believed which fasten this medical condition to be more severe. One of them is it is a cosmetic concern. Though the symptoms of varicose veins are prominent, diagnosing the issue is important. To diagnose this medical condition, your doctor will do a thorough physical test and will examine you... Read more

The Glue Procedure is Becoming Popular for Its Effectiveness

The glue procedure has brought a revolution in the treatment of varicose veins. It is affordable and has multiple benefits. In this procedure, a medical glue is used to seal the damaged vessels permanently. This glue treatment is completely safe and secure. Before learning more about this treatment procedure, let us know what varicose veins are. What are Varicose Veins? Varicose veins are the swollen, enlarged and twisted veins under the skin of the legs or other parts of the body. This medical condition happens due to damaged or faulty valves... Read more

Signs That Tell it’s Time to Visit a Vein Specialist

When someone gets the knotted, bulging, thick veins all across the legs or hands, which are quite visible through the surface of the skin, then not only it gives a cosmetic concern but proves to be quite painful as well. Individuals with this venous condition do not remove them only because these are unsightly but in truth they are associated with a lot of serious symptoms, which left untreated can lead to serious health issues. The first question that might be coming to your mind is, how do you get varicose veins? The root cause of this venous... Read more

Experiencing Varicose Veins? Get the Treatment Now

The veins in our body carry deoxygenated blood from different tissues to the heart. Sometimes, these veins get enlarged and overfilled with blood. This condition is known as varicose veins. Though any part of your body can be affected by varicose veins, the legs and the feet are the most common parts where you can experience it the most. This condition can completely ruin the appearance of your legs in the initial stage and in the later stage, they can lead to the serious medical condition. According to a study, if you are experiencing varicose... Read more

Do’s & Don’ts for Varicose Veins

  If you are suffering from varicose veins condition then you need to know that the thick and twisted veins sprawled across your legs are nothing to be ashamed of. This is merely an outcome of the dysfunctional valves of the veins that affect the circulation of blood. Millions of people in the United States are affected by this venous condition. Some of the risk factors that contribute to the development of varicose veins are heredity, age, obesity, pregnancy, hormonal changes, or professions that require sitting or standing for a prolong... Read more

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Dr. Chane has been appointed to the position of Vice Chief of the Medical Staff at Foothill Regional Medical Center.Read full

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