Are you at risk for leg ulcers?
Why do vein valves become damaged or ineffective?
There are a number of reasons why your leg veins may not be working properly. A number of factors can increase your risk of developing a venous leg ulcer, including:
Varicose veins are the swollen veins that are caused by malfunctioning valves. Varicose veins are most commonly genetic, due to hormonal changes or caused by certain lifestyle choices.
Pregnancy making your veins work harder with added pressure.
Lack of exercise can cause the calf muscles in legs to be weak and not contract properly. These muscles when healthy assist proper blood flow up the leg.
Increasing or older age leads to valves in veins to be overworked, tired and weak.
Symptoms of oncoming or present venous ulcers are pain, itching, swelling, thickening and discoloration of the skin.
Treatment of venous ulcers
Treatment of venous ulcers can be greatly effective in finally closing that open wound that may be present on the lower leg. It is minimally invasive and nearly painless to treat the underlying vein issue, causing the ulcer. If you are suffering from vein disease start by wearing compression stockings during the day. These stockings assist healthy blood flow and allow the blood to flow more effectively. Elevate the affected leg. The higher the leg is elevated the less pressure on the vein walls. Now you have an excuse to put your feet up whenever possible!
Treatment of leg veins at Alpha Vein Clinic is simple and easy, in fact you will be back at work a day or two after the procedure. Dr. Sassan Kaveh is highly trained in latest vein treatment procedures including radiofrequency ablation and ClariVein. These procedures are often covered by most major medical insurance plans. Since vein disease is progressive, treating the vein is the only way to stop venous ulcers from chronically recurring. Call us today at (702) 430-7661, and stop the inevitable progression of vein disease in your legs. Our caring and knowledgable staff will be there for you every step of the way.
Alpha Vein Clinic
3150 N. Tenaya Way Ste. 400
Las Vegas, NV, 89128
(702) 430 7661
Dr. Sassan Kaveh
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