SVT (Superficial Vein Thrombosis): New Diagnosis and Treatment Guidance for Physicians

The following white paper was written by our founder and medical director, Dr. Kenneth Harper, to share with physicians in Macon, Warner Robins, and the surrounding area. It is designed to help physicians improve speed and access to care in the event of an SVT. If you are a physician, continue reading below. If you are a patient, you are welcome to continue reading below. You may...

DVT Symptoms You Should Never Ignore: Could You Have Deep Vein Thrombosis/Blood Clots?

You can have Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) without any noticeable symptoms. However, when there are symptoms of DVT and venous disease, it's important to take note and see a physician right away. If you have any of the following DVT symptoms, it's important to take action; get evaluated and, if a blood clot is present, treatment from a qualified physician, surgeon, or vein specialist.

Are Varicose Veins Always Visible?

Are varicose veins always visible, or are there signs and symptoms of venous disease that can help you correct the condition before unsightly, bulging veins appear? By educating yourself about venous disease causes, risk factors, and symptoms, you can prevent or minimize the effects of the condition. In this article, we’ll explore the signs and symptoms of varicose veins you can’t see. Read more Subscribe