Posts From July, 2013

Huffington Post: Results for Patient’s Varicose Veins & Leg Ulcers

This article first appeared in The Huffington Post UK on 7/23/13. Varicose veins and “hidden varicose veins” (medically called chronic venous incompetence) affect millions of people in the United Kingdom. In fact, 15 to 20% of the adult population suffers with visible varicose veins and around the same number have hidden varicose veins. Research also […]


Not Too Late For A Free Vein Screening

Our next FREE varicose vein screenings are coming up soon. While most of the appointments have been taken, there are still a few select times available to have your legs examined by Dr. Neal Reynolds, who will identify any underlying issues to determine if there is a medical problem that needs to be corrected (varicose veins) […]



A Video Testimonial: Walter White, Jr.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uFq4OIgguI To continue promoting everyone’s declaration of independence from varicose veins this month, we’re presenting a video testimonial from a male patient of The Vein Clinic. Walter White, Jr. had been having pain and swelling in his legs. He was so embarrassed around a swimming pool, he would wear blue jeans instead of swim trunks. […]


Celebrate The Red, The White, But Not The Blue

If you’re in the mood for celebrating the 4th of July, The Vein Clinic is all in favor of waving the flag of independence. But while we love the red and the white… let’s not celebrate the “blue”, which can indicate the blue, ropey, bulging, swollen, or painful varicose veins on your legs that can […]


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