The Difference between RFA and ClariVein Treatment

What are Varicose Veins? Varicose veins are the results of engorged, twisted veins that are near the surface of the skin which more often than not have been exposed to excessive amounts of pressure that leaves them weakened or had already been damaged beforehand. When these veins are unable to bring the blood back to […]

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Risk Factors for Varicose Veins

Veins are all about flow. Their primary function is to keep blood flowing to and from the heart. In the veins there are valves that regulate the flow. When the valves in these veins function improperly the blood can flow back into the vein, they then become swelled and are called Varicose Veins. Alpha Vein […]

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Easy Health Care Tips for Varicose Veins

Prevent Them or Soothe Them The only thing better than eliminating varicose veins is preventing them. Varicose veins are swollen, warped veins that are noticeable through the skin. They can occur after pregnancy, by means of heredity or as you age due to the intense pressure your legs have gone through while sitting, walking, and […]

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What is a Venous Leg Ulcer ?

A venous leg ulcer is far and away the most common type of skin ulcer. A skin ulcer is a shallow wound that forms when an area of skin breaks down to reveal underlying flesh. They usually occur on the sides of the legs, below the calf and above the ankle. It is commonly thought to occur […]

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How Daily Walking Can Improve Your Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are difficult to prevent, and can also be difficult to treat once they’ve formed. However, there are many lifestyle changes you can make to minimize the appearance of varicose veins as well as reduce any pain or discomfort associated with them. Among these is something as simple as walking, which you can easily incorporate into your […]

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