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Happy Patients And Leading Physicians At USA Vein Clinics

Our leading vein and vascular specialists have helped thousands of patients suffering with leg pain or cramps, leg heaviness or swelling and restless legs syndrome. Find out why USA Vein Clinics is your best choice for vein treatments. Your legs are in trusted hands with us!

The Underlying Cause of Skin Discoloration

Your body’s venous system is responsible for pushing oxygen-depleted blood back toward your heart. Every vein in your body has a one-way vessel, which is known as a valve. These valves are responsible for pushing the blood in the right direction without letting it flow backward.

But when these valves don’t work the way they should, […]

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Age and Vein Disease: The Details You Should Know

Healthy blood circulation is essential to your overall health because your veins carry blood from different parts of your body to the heart. But, the older people get the more risk they have for vein disease. One out of three Americans over the age 45 has at least one type of vein disease. We […]

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Hormones and Vein Disease: Discover the Connection

Hormones and Vein Disease: Discover the Connection

In the past, venous diseases were thought to be the bane of elderly women—but these conditions can strike even when you’re in your 20s. Hormonal fluctuations are a major factor that leads to the development of varicose veins.

Estrogen is one such hormone that may change vascular physiology. That […]

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Can Stress Result In Varicose Veins?

We live in a stressful world. People deal with stress constantly, and for many, managing daily life can induce occasional periods of stress. While most people experience stress with symptoms like headache and fatigue, ongoing stress can exacerbate the existing symptoms with the addition of anxiety and depression.

Stress is no small thing, and if […]

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How Dietary and Sleep Habits Affect Your Veins

The venous system of our body plays a crucial role in successful, unobstructed blood circulation. Veins carry blood from our various body parts to our heart and back again. As we age, issues develop in our circulatory systems, resulting in different health complications. One in every three Americans between the ages of 45 to 50, […]

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Announcing the Grand Opening of New Tampa Bay Clinic

USA Vein Clinics is proud to announce the opening of a new vein treatment clinic near Tampa,
Florida, on September 4th, 2018. The latest state-of-the-art facility is located at 4900 95 th
Avenue North, Pinellas Park, FL 33772 and will operate Monday through Friday from 9 AM
to 5 PM. Our new clinic is conveniently located between Clearwater, […]

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Altoona, PA Clinic Temporarily Moving to New Location

We’re excited to announce that USA Vein Clinics’ Altoona clinic has moved to a new,
temporary home! As of Monday, August 13, 2018, patients are being seen at 1701 12th Ave
(Intowne Square), Building G-1, Altoona, PA 16601. While our brand-new clinic is being built,
Reinhardt Family Practice has opened their doors, allowing us to share their space for a few
months. Building a […]

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10 Effective Ways to Get Rid of Varicose Veins for Good

Varicose veins affect more than 35 percent of people living in the United States, with women being more likely to suffer from the condition than men.

No matter who you are, if you have varicose veins, chances are, you’re looking for a safe and easy way to get rid of them.

Thankfully, you don’t have to suffer […]

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How Compression Socks Benefit Your Legs and Health

Anyone who’s suffered the effects of having varicose veins knows that the cramping, itching, burning, and aching can be hard to ignore.

Even a simple trip to the grocery store can turn into a nightmare when your legs are aching.

You’re not alone — about one in every 22 people suffers from varicose veins. That’s about 12.2 […]

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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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