Conditions

Healthy legs need healthy veins. Understanding vein health helps you make sense of the treatment options. We treat the cause, not just the symptoms.

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Leg Veins

Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are twisty, bulging veins on the legs and feet, which tend to get larger and more swollen with time. Varicose veins are an indicator of an underlying valve problem in the veins underneath the skin, which are feeding the visible varicosities.

Thread Veins

Thread veins, also called spider veins, are tiny prominent veins just below the skin surface. They tend to branch and give a spidery sort of pattern – hence their common name. Spider veins can occur anywhere on the body, but most often on the legs and face.

Venous Ulcers

Leg ulcers are open wounds that don’t heal on the legs. The underlying cause of leg ulcers is often the same as varicose veins. The valves in the veins aren’t working properly, resulting in a failure to take venous blood away from the leg, causing inflammation and skin damage.

Symptoms of Venous Insufficiency

The above conditions are all symptoms of venous insufficiency, indicating that there may be an underlying valve problem in the legs. Patients can have venous insufficiency in their legs, causing symptoms without any sign of visible varicosities.

Other Vein Conditions

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