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What to Expect Before, During, and After Microphlebectomy

We’re heading into the summer months, which means there are thousands of people making mental and physical preparations to hide their legs. Why would one want to do this? If you have varicose veins, you know exactly why. Bulging, ropy veins are most certainly a cosmetic nuisance. However, there’s more. Veins in which blood is […]


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The Weather is on the Upswing. Learn What This Means for Varicose Veins!

People with varicose veins may struggle with uncomfortable symptoms throughout the various seasons of the year. Without any other changes other than the weather, these people may notice that their legs feel more or less uncomfortable. In particular, the warmer months can increase the symptoms of varicose veins. Here, we discuss the connection between temperature […]


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Could Vein Treatment Decrease Restless Leg Symptoms?

Restless Leg Syndrome can be a frustrating problem that keeps you up at night. If you experience symptoms of this condition, it pays to investigate the possible connection between RLS and varicose veins. What is restless leg syndrome? As it sounds, restless leg syndrome is a condition that causes involuntary leg twitches at moments when […]


Do Varicose Veins Require Surgery?

Varicose veins can present enormous problems. In their mildest form, these bulging veins can look unattractive. If you’ve got several twisting, protruding veins, you may prefer to wear pants even when the weather nearly demands otherwise. Moderate to severe varicose veins not only look highly unpleasant, but they tend to also cause uncomfortable sensations such […]


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Can Weight Loss Cure Spider Veins?

Weight and spider veins are two common problems that many women struggle to manage. Don’t get us wrong, men can have issues with both of these frustrations, too; it’s just that vein problems are more prevalent in women. Spider veins are the tiny webs of discoloration that may be seen on the front or backs […]


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Is Varicose Vein Treatment Permanent?

It has been estimated that approximately one in five American adults will develop one or more varicose veins in their lifetime. Usually, these bulging veins do not show up until later in life. When they do, they may cause several uncomfortable symptoms, such as aching, burning, and mild cramping. The biggest concern that we hear […]


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Ambulatory Phlebectomy for Varicose Veins: What to Expect

Varicose veins can be treated using a variety of techniques today. At The Vein Clinic in Columbia, we cater to the needs of each patient, using the most conservative methods of vein removal possible. One of the common treatment options patients explore is ambulatory phlebectomy. This minimally-invasive procedure is conducted in the office under local […]


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Could You Spot Chronic Venous Insufficiency?

Up until about a decade ago, there was very little talk even in the medical community about the issue of chronic venous insufficiency. Doctors knew about varicose veins and had treatments to close them or remove them altogether. More recently, science and technology have combined to bring about significant change in the diagnosis and treatment […]



Are Essential Oils the Answer to Varicose Vein Pain?

In the past few years, we have experienced the extraordinary rise of essential oils to support optimal health and wellness. As a result of clinical testing and the widespread use of therapeutic grade oils, consumers can now find ways to integrate this natural therapy into their daily lives to help them avoid getting a cold, […]


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