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Is it Spider Veins or Venous Reflux? | The Vein Clinic | Columbia, South Carolina

Is it Spider Veins or Venous Reflux?

Before commencing with treatment for spider veins, an important aspect of our protocol is to ascertain whether venous reflux could be involved. This condition, which describes the pooling of blood in veins, may cause visible red, purple, and blue “webs.” Because venous reflux is also a potential trigger for edema (swelling) and chronic vascular insufficiency, […]


Easy Ways to Manage Healthcare Costs | The Vein Clinic | Columbia SC

Easy Ways to Manage Healthcare Costs

Healthcare has been a hot topic of discussion for several years now. Amidst ongoing changes, one of the trends that have been noticed is that consumers are not only paying more for healthcare coverage but that they also often struggle to figure out how to pay for the healthcare they need when they need it. […]


Varicose Vein Clot | The Vein Clinic | Columbia SC

When Varicose Veins Clot

As if having swollen, gnarled veins were not bad enough, people with varicose veins may also feel concerned about secondary issues such as a vein bursting and bleeding. On the other end of the spectrum is the concern of clotting. After all, in a normal wound scenario, a clot is exactly what the body wants. […]


Addressing Common Questions about Vein Treatments

Addressing Common Questions about Vein Treatments

One of the most important aspects of protecting your health and wellness is to stay informed. This is relevant to all aspects of physical well-being, including how functional your veins are. It is understandable that most people think that spider veins and varicose veins are normal. While they may be common, you might still have questions […]


Don’t Panic! It’s just a Bleeding Varicose Vein!

Don’t Panic! It’s just a Bleeding Varicose Vein!

Varicose veins are most often condemned for the cosmetic repercussions they cause. No one likes the ropey, bulging appearance of an unhealthy vein, nor the webbed discoloration of spider veins. But, for the most part, this is where most concerns end, at least at the initial onset of vein disease. As pooling continues and the […]


Varicose Veins Columbia, SC | The Vein Clinic

Improve Health And Wellness With Vein Treatment

Varicose veins are typically considered a cosmetic problem. That is, except among those who live with the aching, throbbing, and burning discomfort that occurs when veins twist and bulge beneath the skin. If you have varicose veins, you know that appearance is one small reason to obtain appropriate treatment. At the same time, you may […]


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What You Need To Know About Vein Health During Pregnancy

There are several risk factors associated with varicose veins and spider veins, pregnancy being one of them. If you notice the development of these visible or uncomfortable veins along with the other changes that occur during pregnancy, this could be why . . . Hormones The hormonal changes that begin at the moment of conception […]


Early Intervention Makes All The Difference

Individuals who have suffered deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, know the frustration – and the fear – brought on by the clot in a deep vein in the leg. Once you have completed the regimen of treatment for this primary condition, your hope is that it will not occur again in the future. Rarely do […]


Exploring the Advantages of VenaSeal®

Millions of people in our country are affected by the venous disease we know as varicose veins. The appearance of ropey, bulging veins can present severe cosmetic concerns. Even more, the pressure and weakness of affected veins often become physically uncomfortable, as well. People do not get varicose veins because they have done something wrong. […]



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