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Non-Surgical Vein Treatments

USA Vein Clinics offers a FDA approved, minimally invasive and non-surgical treatment called Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT) during which the diseased vein is sealed shut and healthy vein take over blood flow. Most patients experience an improvement in leg pain or cramps, leg swelling, restless legs, itchiness or discoloration in the legs. The cost of EVLT is covered by insurance.

Raising Awareness of DVT and Vein Disease

Spring is near and we are all excited to get outside and start enjoying the warm weather. This time of year is so much fun and doesn’t last long, which makes it easy to put off going to the doctor for what may seem like a minor vein issue in your legs. However, vein disease […]

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Winter is a Great Time to Treat Varicose Veins

The temperatures are finally dropping, and winter will be here before you know it. It is the perfect time of year to put on a comfortable pair of fleece-lined leggings and warm socks. If you have varicose and spider veins, the winter layers provide a good and welcome cover to hide your legs. The winter […]

Varicose Veins: More than Unsightly

At the beach this summer, Dana noticed a couple of protruding veins on her legs. She recalled a time when she was younger that her mother told her if she always sat with her legs crossed, then she would get “those ugly, purple veins” on her legs.

Mom was right, Dana thought.

A few weeks passed, and […]

How 15 Minutes can Change Your Life

When you begin to notice protruding veins on your legs, you may be seeing the first signs of varicose veins. You may feel fine at first, but as the vein disease progresses, your legs will get achy, heavy, and tired, especially after long periods of sitting or standing. As more time goes on, you may […]

Life Before and After Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT)

Sandra recently noticed some lumpy veins on the back of her leg. At first, she thought it was a mosquito bite, because when she rubbed her hand over the surface, it was feverish and swollen. Once she looked in mirror, however, she saw a long, blue, cord-like vein protruding under her skin.

Sandra had heard about […]

What You Need to Know About May-Thurner Syndrome

Your veins have a very important job: They transport blood throughout your body and back to your heart. However, if there is something compressing the vein, you can develop strenuous complications from limited blood flow.

May-Thurner syndrome (MTS), also known as iliac vein compression syndrome, is a vascular condition that can cause discomfort, swelling, and blood […]

How are Your Legs Feeling?

“How are you doing today?” is a common question you might get when sitting down to eat lunch with a friend.

“How are your legs feeling?” is a common question you might get if you suffer from vein disease.

The answer we want you to be able to give for both is, “Great!”

With over three million cases […]

Varicose Veins Treatment: Non-Surgical & Scare-Free

At USA Vein Clinics, we think treatment for varicose veins should be precise and quick! In the past, varicose veins were treated with a surgical procedure called vein stripping, in which the vein was completely removed from the leg. That sounds scary! Not only that, but also the procedure was highly invasive and painful with a […]

Move On With Healthy Legs!

With USA Vein Clinics, you can get your healthy legs back and move on from the pain and embarrassment. If you suffer from heaviness in the legs, swelling, throbbing, restless legs, itching and fatigue, you might have vein disease. Pressure inside the vein can lead to inflammation of the vein wall and damage the tissues […]

Is Leg Pain Holding You Back From Enjoying a Fun Weekend?

Are you planning for a perfect Friday evening? We hope leg pain is not holding you back from enjoying things you love to do. Leg pain or restless legs is a common problem that affects millions of people around the US. Several health problems can lead to this condition but one of the most common […]