Treating Tired, Achy, Heavy, Crampy legs and Cosmetic Spider Veins

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What causes varicose veins?

Venous reflux creates pooling and congestion of the blood in the legs making veins distend and causing tired, achy, heavy, swelling, itching, tenderness, night cramps and even pain, especially with prologed standing or at the end of the day. In some cases, venous reflux may be responsible for restless leg syndrome.

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varicose veins

Visible varicose veins  frequently are indicators of a circulation problem in the veins under the skin. If so, the situation may be a medical problem and treatments may be covered by insurance. Evaluations are also usually covered by insurance and all evaluations and treatments are done in the office. Usually no referral is neceesary. Call 919-405-4200. The well trained, experienced office staff can answer your questions.

free vein seminar

Want to learn more about veins? The staff at Carolina Vein Center does free educational seminars usually twice a month on both the medical and cosmetic issues and treatment of  leg veins. The seminars are free and include, not only a presentation, but free dinner and dessert, too, at Johnny Carino’s near Southpoint Mall.  call Fran Alexander at 919-403-1075 to attend.

Raleigh Area Veins

No need for tired, achy, heavy legs in the raleigh/triangle area. Come see us at Carolina Vein Center. www. carolinaveincenter.com

Tired, Heavy Legs!

Do your legs feel tired and heavy, especially at the end of the day? Do you just feel like sitting down and elevating them? It could be from poor circualtion in your leg veins. The evaluation and treatment of poor leg vein circulation is easy and covered by most insurance companies. Call Carolina Vein Center 919-405-4200 today! and go to http://www.carolinaveincenter.com to learn more!

Swollen, tired, achy, heavy legs … a medical problem?

Swollen, tired, achy, heavy legs, especially at the end of the day, may be due to unhealthy circulation in leg veins. These veins are just underneath the skin and typically can not be seen. Usually, one way flow valves in the legs help keep blood moving against gravity from the feet back to the heart. If those valves do not function properly, blood flow in the legs may be unhealthy and blood flows backwards, called venous reflux. 1 in 5 Americans has venous reflux! Since it is a progressive condition, 1 in 3 seniors has it.

Reflux causes blood pooling and congestion in the legs causing veins to distend. This results in swollen, tired, achy, heavy legs. It can also cause leg discomfort, itching, tenderness, restless and cramping, especially with prolonged standing or at the end of the day.

Reflux is easily diagnosed in a vein clinic with a duplex ultrasound evaluation performed by a specially trained technician. The flow in the leg veins is checked and veins are mapped. If reflux is present and causing symptoms, it may be a medical problem. If so, most insurance plans cover the treatments, including Medicare. Most evaluations are also covered by insurance.

Treatments are simple, short procedures performed in the office setting. Treatments usually consist of endovenous laser ablation, sclerotherapy (injections to close veins) and / or phlebectomy (mini extraction of vein.) Go to http://www.carolinaveincenter.com to see a short on line video and to learn more about these conditions and procedures.

If venous reflux is long standing, it may be responsible for chronic venous insufficiency causing bulging varicose veins, skin changes, pigmentation changes and even skin ulcers. Don’t let your reflux progress, call 919-405-4200 for your evaluation.

Carolina Vein Center

Southpoint
(919) 405-4200
http://www.CarolinaVeinCenter.com