Vein Disease in Legs
Do your legs have ANY of these signs & symptoms?
Swelling of legs
Tingling and numbness
Skin color changes
Dry flaky skin of legs
Redness of legs or ankles
Ulcers on legs or ankles
Pain that gets worse when standing
Pain that gets better when legs are raised
Your legs feel tired at the end of the day
You feel better walking than standing
You have tender areas around your veins
Thickening and hardening of skin on legs
If you are experiencing ANY of these signs and symptoms, DO NOT delay your treatment as they can progress to more serious complications including blood clots, thrombosis, and skin ulcers.
Over 90 million Americans suffer from vein problems which include spider veins, varicose veins, chronic venous insufficiency, vascular problems and venous leg ulcers.
About 45% of men experience vein problems.
Women are affected the most. Women make up about 55% of the population with vein disease.
Did you know that if you have varicose or spider veins, it is very likely that another person in your family has them as well? Genetics plays a large role in more than 80% of patients with vein disease. Pregnancy, especially multiple pregnancies, is also a large contributing factor. Additional factors include age, obesity, and work that requires long periods of standing.
It is important to understand that what you see on the surface of your leg is not always representative of what is actually occurring beneath the surface. For example, deep spider veins that appear towards the bottom of your leg could be caused by veins that are located on the top of your leg and that are hidden from the view. This is why our physician uses ultrasound technology to ensure that your vein diagnosis is accurate. We specialize in vein disease treatment.
Suffering from vein disease? You don’t have to! We treat vein disease in Sacramento. Schedule an appointment with our vein specialist at a location near you!