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Best Exercises for Spider Veins and Varicose Veins

We’re becoming a nation of sedentary people.

In fact, a study published in the Journal of American Medicine (JAMA) showed that Americans move far less than we did just 20 years ago.

Currently, 52% of women and 43% of men report participating in no leisure-time activities.

Add to that the fact that almost 86% of American workers are […]

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4 Signs of Restless Leg Syndrome You Need to Know

Have you ever had sensations in your legs that made you feel like you just had to move them?

It’s possible you are suffering from restless leg syndrome (RLS), otherwise known as Willis-Ekbom Disease.

This disorder can disrupt sleep and cause you to be exhausted and groggy during daylight hours. It can affect your concentration, job or […]

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We’re Expanding in the Bronx

USA VEIN CLINICS OPENS NEW LOCATION
IN BRONX, NY

USA Vein Clinics, Fibroid and Vascular Centers are expanding their services in 2018 and are proud to announce the opening of a new clinic in the Bronx, NY on June 19, 2018. The coast-to-coast network of vein, vascular, and fibroid clinics have already been successfully operating in […]

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Can Varicose Veins Cause High Blood Pressure

Varicose veins are often thought of as a strictly aesthetic problem that could make you feel self-conscious when you’re at the beach or pool; however, vein disease can sometimes lead to serious health issues. Not only can treatment diminish unattractive, bulging veins, but it can improve blood circulation and alleviate debilitating symptoms.

You might find yourself […]

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Are Varicose Veins Dangerous?

Varicose veins look unsightly. It’s hard not to feel self-conscious when you have an unusually large vein protruding from your skin. You might want to have them treated so you can feel confident wearing shorts again. However, you should ask, “are varicose veins dangerous” because you might be surprised to know varicose veins are sometimes […]

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What Is Venous Reflux Disease? Discover the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment Options

Your arteries are responsible for carrying blood around your body, away from your heart, while your veins take this blood back to your heart. Inside these veins are valves, which prevent blood from flowing back down through the veins.

But what happens when there are issues with this process?

Blood can start to pool in your legs […]

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Sclerotherapy vs. Endovenous Laser Therapy: Everything You Need to Know

Suffering from spider veins or varicose veins? Heard about sclerotherapy and endovenous laser therapy (EVLT) and wondering which is best for what condition?

Then you’ve come to the right place to find out more.

Every patient has different requirements, needs, and wants, and one type of treatment may be better suited to them than another. Even though […]

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What Causes Varicose Veins in Men?

When it comes to varicose veins, most people consider it to be an issue that affects solely women. While this vascular condition is more common in women, men can develop varicose veins as well.

What causes varicose veins in men? Although the cosmetic side effect can be a nuisance, it’s important to look at the reasons […]

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Why Are My Veins So Visible?

Visible veins are either dark or bulging, making them more apparent. While the condition is aesthetically unappealing, it isn’t always an indication of something serious. In some cases, visible veins are completely normal.

On the other hand, visible veins may result from a health condition that could indicate the start of a more serious problem. So […]

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The Complete Guide to Varicose Veins During Pregnancy

Varicose veins appear on the surface of your skin, often on your legs. They take on a bumpy, blue or purple appearance and tend to develop or worsen while you’re pregnant.

While they can be unsightly, these varicose veins might not cause you any discomfort. However, they may cause an achy, heavy sensation in your legs […]

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