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How Sclerotherapy Helps with Spider Veins

The spider veins on your face — particularly around your nose — and on your legs aren’t just an aesthetic problem. They’re actually blood vessels that aren’t working anymore. There’s no reason to keep them, and with sclerotherapy, you don’t have to.

Feb 1st, 2020
Are You at Risk of Developing DVT?

Subtle, yet dangerous, the symptoms of DVT are quieter than the risk factors. If you’ve been experiencing pain in your legs and don’t exercise as much as you should, it’s important to contact experienced physicians who are dedicated to helping you.

Jan 3rd, 2020
When Should I See a Doctor for Leg Cramps

Everyone has leg cramps now and then, but you’re experiencing cramps that seem out of the ordinary. Should you see a doctor? That depends on several factors, so take a moment to learn which ones might apply to you.

Dec 1st, 2019
Feeling Dizzy? It Might Be One of These Causes

Do you feel dizzy when you stand up too fast, or suffer from bouts of vertigo? Dizziness is a common symptom of many conditions, including issues with the inner ear, blood pressure, or blood flow. Learn what might be the cause of your dizziness below.

Nov 1st, 2019
What Is Sclerotherapy?

Are colorful spider veins on your legs or face causing anxiety or self-consciousness? A simple, in-office treatment can eliminate spider veins and give you even-toned skin once again.

Oct 1st, 2019
Understanding Deep Vein Thrombosis

If you smoke, are pregnant, or don’t exercise, you may be at risk for this potentially fatal vein condition. Keep reading to learn about preventing and treating deep vein thrombosis.

Aug 31st, 2019