Immediately after my laser procedure, I was able to return to work. I experienced no bruising or pain and I was able to resume my normal routine right away. Within weeks of the procedure, I could see my bulging varicose veins almost completely disappear. What a relief.
When to See a Doctor for Leg Pain
Leg pain can be extremely bothersome—especially when it interferes with daily activities or causes pain when walking or sitting. Several factors can contribute to leg pain, including strains, sprains, and varicose veins. In some instances, leg pain may indicate a serious underlying issue, such as a blood clot or infection. Here’s more about potential causes...Read More
What You Need To Know About Traveling With Vein Issues
Varicose veins are a highly common vein issue that can lead to blood clots and deep vein thrombosis (DVT) when not treated. Sitting for long periods, such as when traveling, may increase the risk of blood clots in people with varicose veins and DVT. With the holiday season quickly approaching, many people with vein issues...Read More
Exercises for Varicose Veins
Do you want to know what you can do to help the appearance or discomfort of the varicose veins in your legs? The North Shore Vein Center, a nationally-accredited facility with qualified vein specialists, recommends these five simple exercises to help your varicose veins look and feel better, even without surgery. Do I Have Varicose...Read More