Vein Disease

30 Million Men and Women Suffer from Vein Disease
One Out of Every Two Women Affected
One Out of Three Men Affected

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“It іѕ important to bе aware оf thе symptoms of vein dіѕеаѕе ѕо thаt уоu know when to seek appropriate treatment.”

Vаrісоѕе Vеіnѕ

Vаrісоѕе vеіnѕ are the main symptoms that bring attention to potential vein disease. These are prominent veins seen on the surface of the skin and are due to poor circulation. They are larger than either spider veins or reticular veins and can be seen as twisty blood vessels raised from the skin. Fortunately, varicose vein treatments are far more advanced than in the past. Besides recommended lifestyle changes and compression stockings, minimally-invasive procedures are standard and provide superior results.

Vеnоuѕ іnѕuffісіеnсу

Vеnоuѕ іnѕuffісіеnсу occurs when blood cannot be effectively pumped back to your heart from the legs. The issue arises most commonly within the superficial veins that rely on one-way valves to push blood up against gravity. However, with prolonged standing or sitting, the blood pools and creates outward pressure. Over time, this can damage the one-way valves and lead to chronic venous insufficiency. Early symptoms include the development of spider veins and varicose veins. With progression, leg swelling, skin discoloration, and non-healing sores can develop if not treated correctly.

Spider Veins

When we talk about Spider veins or telangiectasias, we’re referring to the small red or blue veins that can spread out like tiny tree branches on the feet, legs, chest and even face. Spider veins are often asymptomatic and respond well to sclerotherapy or laser treatments over two to three sessions. Spider veins can be a lifelong occurrence and continued attention is often necessary to maintain a healthy look. In other cases, especially where symptoms are present, they can be the result of underlying venous insufficiency.

Lеg Swеllіng

Lеg ѕwеllіng or edema is commonly evaluated by your primary physician or cardiologist. Venous insufficiency with swelling is a later stage of vein disease and occurs as blood pools in the legs. An ultrasound by our vein doctors can help evaluate the valve function in your legs and help determine if vein treatments will be beneficial.

Are Spider and Varicose Veins Signs of Vein Disease?

Spider veins and varicose veins are often the result of poor circulation within the superficial or deep veins in the legs. With vein disease, there is a dilation and swelling of the veins due to various factors, most commonly related to genetics and work routines. As the veins dilate, normal mechanisms to help deliver blood back to the heart function poorly and the signs of vein disease appear. It’s key to detect the early signs and symptoms of venous insufficiency, as it is the most important step in improving cosmetic and medical outcomes.

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    Mt. Laurel, NJ

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    Clifton, NJ

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    Wayne, NJ

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    Freehold, NJ

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