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

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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.

Veins Raleigh and Durham

Did you know that 20% of American adults have problems with their veins? Most of the problematic veins are under the skin and can’t be seen. The unhealthy flow in these veins can make legs feel tired, achy, heavy, itchy, swollen and even restless……go to to learn more. Call for evaluation today, 919-405-4200…..unhealthy flow in leg veins can be a medical problem and if so, the evaluation and treatments are covered by most insurance companies!

Need a Speaker for your Community Event?

The staff at the Carolina Vein Center are committed to educating the community about veins. Most people and doctors have never even heard about problems with veins and yet, it is one of the most common medical problem, more common than headaches and hemmorrhoids. Plus, if a medical problem, most insurance companies cover the evaluation and treatment.

If you have a group or community event in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area,  and needs a speaker, the staff at CVC are happy to come do your presentation. We bring all the equipment (projector, screen) for the presentation which last about 20 minutes. We will field questions afterwards.

Call Carolina Vein Center (919) 405-4200 to learn more.