We Can Help
Do you have varicose veins, spider veins, leg swelling, venous ulcers, and related conditions? If so, you are not alone – more than 80 million Americans suffer along with you. Unfortunately, vein problems are chronic and progressive and without treatment they get worse, affecting your quality of life and well-being. The good news is we can help.
Even if you seek help, vein disease is often under diagnosed and under treated. Many medical practitioners have little education or experience in recognizing the symptoms of vein disease and are not aware of the care available today. Phlebology, a new specialty recognized by the AMA in 2007, deals with the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins, spider veins and leg swelling. The development of phlebology over the past 25 years is making a difference in vein care in America.
The signs and symptoms of vein disease can be subtle. Swelling and skin changes and symptoms like fatigue, aching, burning, stinging, night cramps, and restless leg syndrome are often not associated with vein disease like they should. This has led to millions of patients not being referred for the evaluation and care they need.
Wondering if you should see a vein specialist?
If you have symptomatic and or cosmetic veins you should. You don’t have to suffer, no matter what you have been told there is hope if you have vein disease. Now is the time to take action and find relief.
What is keeping you from making a decision to seek help? The most common reasons given by patients for delay of care is a fear of painful procedures and the expense of care. Advances in vein care now allow minimally invasive treatments under local anesthesia, with little to no pain. Walk in and walk out with little to no down time®.
Financial worries should not be a cause for delay. Most varicose vein treatments are covered by your insurance plan and the cosmetic treatments of spider veins are reasonably priced. We have a trained business staff to assist you in your insurance approval and verification. For those with financial hardship we offer assistance. Remember your varicose and spider veins can be treated in an office setting with excellent clinical and cosmetic outcomes.
Wondering if you should see a lymphedema therapist?
If you have leg swelling that interferes with your quality of life you should. If you find your shoes and pants no longer fit you should seek treatment. Lymphedema is a treatable disease; however, early intervention is key so now is the best time to see a therapist.
Lymphedema therapy can be filed and verified with your insurance. We have a business staff to assist you in learning about your specific coverage. This all happens before you undergo any treatment so that you are aware of your responsibility.
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