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What to expect from the consultation:
When you schedule a free vein consultation, you’ll meet with one of our trained venous specialists who will evaluate you with a physical examination and review your symptom history. From there they will asses whether your symptoms warrant further testing or whether the condition is simply cosmetic. The specialist will finish the appointment by educating you on the condition and making a recommendation for treatment.
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What is venous insufficiency?
Venous insufficiency is a condition where the flow of blood through the veins is inadequate, causing blood to pool in the legs. It can be caused by several different vein disorders, but it’s most often caused by either blood clots or varicose veins. Besides being unattractive, these can be signs of a more serious condition and should be checked by a physician.
Why treat venous insufficiency?
In addition to a varicose vein’s unattractive appearance, patients who see Florida vein doctors might experience a range of other symptoms:
- Swollen feet or ankles, particularly after standing
- Noticeable skin breaks
- Itching around a vein
- Skin ulcers in the vicinity of the ankle
- Legs that ache or feel heavy, sore, or tender
- A burning sensation in the lower legs
Varicose & Spider Vein Treatment Options
Treatment will depend on many factors, including the reason for the condition and your health status and history. Other factors your doctor will consider are:
• Your specific symptoms
• Your age
• The severity of your condition
• How well you can tolerate medications or procedures
The most common treatment for Venous Insufficiency is prescription-wear compression stockings. These special elastic stockings apply pressure at the ankle and lower leg. They help improve blood flow and can reduce leg swelling. Compression stockings come in a range of prescription strengths and different lengths.
Additional treatment options include:
• Ambulatory Phlebectomy
• Catheter Procedures