Category Archives: News

Happy Halloween!

Everyone at The Vein Clinic wants to wish you and your family a very Happy Halloween! We also want to remind you that if your legs are looking frightful with ropey, bulging, swollen and/or painful varicose veins, we’re offering a Free Vein Screening on Wednesday, November 13th from 8:30 am to 6:00 pm at our […]

Thanks for Supporting Our Walk For Life 2013

The Vein Clinic wants to thank our staff, our friends, our families, and everyone else who supported the 2013 Palmetto Health Foundation Run for Life on Saturday, October 5, 2013. The crowd loved our free coozies and compression sleeves. On this page are some of the photos that we snapped at the event as thousands […]

Smartphone healthcare apps: New rules

Food and Drug Administration officials say they will begin regulating a new wave of health applications and gadgets that work with smartphones to take medical readings and help users monitor their health. What apps already exist? With the continuing popularity of iPhones, Androids and other mobile devices, there has been a corresponding tsunami of applications designed to […]

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 […]

A Video Testimonial: Walter White, Jr. 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 […]

Testimonial from a Marathon Runner

  At The Vein Clinic, we love receiving testimonials from our patients for minimally invasive procedures. Here’s a letter we received recently about a sclerotherapy procedure for spider veins… “I thought I would take a moment to drop you a ‘thank you’ for everything you did to help me and let you know that I […]

Legs Are Body’s Most Important Asset for Praise

What part of your body do you most want to be praised for? Your smile? Your midriff? Your chest? Your body itself? Well, a Huffington Post article from a new poll of 1,000 ladies in England by Venus & Braun on what body part women wished they received a compliment on this summer shows that […]

A Video Testimonial for The Vein Clinic: Shannon Hopkins

To celebrate Mother’s Day, we’d like to share a testimonial from Shannon, an active mother of three children. However, the pain, swelling and embarrassment from varicose veins that were caused by her pregnancies made Shannon miss what she enjoyed most about being around her kids, which was to “get out there and get down and […]

Summer Sanders: Olympic Swimmer, TV Host & Marathon Runner

After you’ve been the most decorated swimmer at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, an eight-time NCAA champion and two-time national Swimmer of the Year, what else is there to do? For Summer Sanders, winner of two gold medals, one silver, and one bronze at age 19, she got out of the pool and onto […]

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