02.22.2016

Importance of Finding a Doctor Knowledgeable About Vein Problems

Dr. Kaveh2 (1)

Suspect You Have Vein Problems? Here’s Why You Should Consult a Doctor With Expertise

If you’re suffering from painful or uncomfortable symptoms such as pain or swelling in the legs, leg cramps, varicose veins, leg ulcers, or skin that has become discolored or hardened, you’ll need an authoritative and informed diagnosis from your doctor to determine the exact cause and identify treatment options. Read on to learn more about your treatment options and how you find the best doctor for you.

Finding the Right Doctor to Treat Your Vein Problems

If there’s a possibility your symptoms are cause by a vein-related problem such as chronic venous insufficiency, it’s in your best interest to consult a doctor with expertise in this area. Not all doctors have an in-depth understanding of poor circulation, how it related to venous insufficiency, and what treatment options are available. However, a doctor with expertise in this area will be better able to determine the cause of your symptoms and recommend the best way to treat your venous insufficiency or other vein-related problems.

How the Right Doctor Can Help You

There are specialized treatments for varicose veins, venous insufficiency and related problems. A doctor who specializes in vein problems will have in-depth knowledge of how these treatments works and who’s a good candidate for them. He or she will also have significant experience performing these procedures, so you can trust that you’re in good hands.

Treating varicose veins, venous insufficiency and other vein problems requires very specific procedures. Since the valves in the legs cannot be repaired, the only alternative is to re-route blood flow from the diseased veins to healthy veins.

Two of the procedures we perform here at Alpha Vein Clinic are: Endovenous Radio Frequency Ablation, which uses a catheter to seal the bad vein, and Mechanical Occlusion Chemically Assisted, or MOCA, which is the newest technique for Treating CVI. MOCA procedure does not use heat and does not require numbing anesthetic. We can help you determine if either of these procedures is right for you.

Here at Alpha Vein Clinic, we have expertise in diagnosing and treating venous insufficiency as well as other underlying problems. If you suspect that may be the cause of your symptoms, come directly to the experts. We can recommend treatment options for varicose veins and other problems related to venous insufficiency, such as swelling, pain, cramping, and skin discoloration. Book an appointment today to learn how we can help you.

Alpha Vein Clinic

3150 N. Tenaya Way Ste. 400

Las Vegas, NV, 89128

(702) 430 7661

http://alphaveinclinic.com/