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Exploring Vein Treatments: Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation | The Vein Clinic |Columbia, SC

Exploring Vein Treatments: Endovenous Radiofrequency Ablation

At The Vein Clinic, we offer some ablative techniques to decrease or eliminate varicose veins. The treatments that we offer are carefully selected based on safety and efficacy. Because multiple options are available, patients need to know as much as possible about each. Here, we will discuss the important points of endovenous radiofrequency ablation. Endovenous […]


Do you Know the Truth About Varicose Vein Symptoms? | The Vein Clinic | Columbia, SC

Do you Know the Truth About Varicose Vein Symptoms?

When varicose veins first develop, the primary concern may be how to hide them. Then, as veins gradually weaken under the internal pressure of pooling blood, symptoms may become more and more troublesome. Because we’re often told that sitting or standing for too long can exacerbate the aching and burning of varicose veins, we may […]



When a Skin Condition May Not Be What You Think | The Vein Clinic | Columbia, SC

When a Skin Condition May Not Be What You Think

Changes to the appearance of the skin might sometimes provoke a bit of concern. This largest organ of the body is in a constant state of flux. From one day to the next, millions of skin cells are shed and regenerated. At least that is the norm. Dermatologic conditions are not uncommon, and often result […]


Want to Avoid Varicose Veins? Watch your Stress! | The Vein Clinic | Columbia, South Carolina

Want to Avoid Varicose Veins? Watch your Stress!

In many ways, life has become increasingly easy. We have cellular phones to keep us in touch with everything and everyone imaginable; microwaves to heat food nearly instantly; you get the picture.  All the ease that has been created by technology, though, is offset by one thing: stress. That’s right. It may seem as though […]


You May Love Them, But . . . | The Vein Clinic | Columbia, South Carolina

You May Love Them, But . . .

Life isn’t fair. Many of us have been at the receiving end of this sentiment, and it never feels good. The truth is, though, that sometimes we do have to deal with a bit of unfairness. As great as it would be to have our cake and eat it to, that simply isn’t possible; and […]


The Way to Healthy Veins is Through the Stomach | The Vein Clinic | Columbia, SC

The Way to Healthy Veins is Through the Stomach

We’ve all heard the adage “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” We could say that the stomach is a portal through which we can achieve quite a lot. Research has confirmed that what we eat matters. It even matters to something as simple as your veins. Eating well promotes overall health […]


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. […]


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