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Reducing Blood Clot Risk With Varicose Veins Treatment

Learn more about blood clots and their relationship to varicose veins by scheduling an evaluation with your local vascular surgery expert who can help you un...

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Don't Ignore the Risks and Dangers of Untreated Varicose Veins

Patients are not always aware of the risks and dangers of untreated varicose veins, but as a progressive medical condition, these abnormal veins can cause a ...

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Pregnancy and Varicose Veins...Know the Risks

The study in the Venous Times confirms that within the first six weeks after delivery, clot risk remains high due to elevated hormone levels. As to the incre...

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Don't Neglect Your Varicose Veins

Fortunately, treatment is highly effective, long lasting and simply done in the office under local anesthesia. Importantly, your insurance plan often cover t...

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Blood Clot Risk With Varicose Veins

It's important to understand that varicose veins involve disordered and turbulent blood flow that encourages clot formation. Commonly large surface varicose ...

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Learn How to Increase Awareness of Blood Clots

Reducing your risk of blood clots is critically important and eliminating the risk posed by varicose veins is easily done using office based procedures.

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Learn How Varicose Veins Can Cause Dangerous Blood Clots

It is important to understand that varicose veins are a significant health risk that progresses with time as gravity continues to stress the weak veins.

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Hand Vein Treatment, the New Anti-Aging Procedure

Either Dr. Rosenberg or Dr. McNeill will be happy to evaluate your hands and discuss the best option to treat them most effectively.

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Varicose Veins and Blood Clots - How to Avoid the Risks

We also know that same patients with phlebitis have genetic reasons for clotting, and we may order specialized blood tests to identify patients who are at hi...

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Dr. Garth Rosenberg Presents at National Vein Summit Meeting

The Vein Summit was held in Phoenix and was attended by 30 physicians from across the country who came to learn how best to approach patients with varicose v...

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Dr. Paul McNeill Discusses Varicose Veins on NBC 4 with Barbara

When Harrison asked “What can you do? Who are candidates to have the kind of treatment you’re talking about?” Dr. McNeill explained, “The actual process of v...

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Venous Insufficiency Can Occur Without Varicose Veins

Even without visible varicosities, her history was significant enough that I felt a duplex ultrasound exam was necessary to investigate venous reflux. As exp...

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Dangers of Not Seeking Varicose Vein Treatment During Pregnancy

The patient had seen her OB/GYN a year ago and asked about treatment options, but was advised to wait until she's done with pregnancies to have her vein issu...

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Complications with Delayed Varicose Vein Treatment

The patient is a bus driver who initially saw me almost a year ago with lower leg varicose veins that were causing itching and mild aching. Her venous ultra...

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Varithena - The New Varicose Vein Treatment

Dr. McNeill and I were part of a very select group of clinical investigators who studied the newly approved VarithenaTM treatment for varicose veins. This me...

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Does Bruising Equal Blood Clot?

Our board certified physicians and experts in venous care, Garth Rosenberg, MD and Paul McNeill, MD, have many years of experience with these conditions. Th...

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Proactive Treatment Helps Reduce the Risk of Blood Clots

Many patients - including the one pictured here - come to us because they're experiencing symptoms of phlebitis, not because they have varicose veins. Howeve...

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Health Insurance Coverage for Vein Treatments

The common procedures of VNUS Closure, ClariVein and microphlebectomy are often well covered by medical insurance.

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Blood Clot! What Does That Mean to Me?

The key take-away is that DVTs are the riskier of the two conditions. That is why patients are immediately put on blood thinners when this is identified.

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Risks Associated With Flying & Varicose Veins

Despite the significant risk of DVT, and the recognition of the health impact by the World Health Organization (WHO), very few airlines actually advise patie...