09.08.21 CVL Varicose Veins

Removing Bad Veins is a Healthy Step

We often hear the same questions whenever we guide patients through varicose vein removal. “How can you just remove the vein? Don’t I need those?” It’s a valid concern, so is feeling any fear or apprehension about the entire process. The truth, however, is far more comforting. Removing varicose veins isn’t just safe, it’s actually good for your body.

To understand this dynamic, it’s essential to comprehend what exactly a varicose vein is. Varicose veins are not the normal, essential veins that return blood to your heart and lungs... They once were, but over time—be it from inactivity, injury, genetics, pregnancy or a variety of reasons—they became enlarged and the valves that are essential for venous circulation fail. These non-functioning vessels often become inflamed and if left untreated, can damage the skin and underlying tissue in your legs. Removing these veins that are no longer doing their job reduces the risk of further damage and actually improves circulation. The blood in the unhealthy veins will no longer pool, instead blood will be re redirected through the intricate network of healthy veins remaining.

Removing varicose veins isn’t just wise, it’s exciting. So many of our clients report feeling great physically and confident socially with their recovered legs, so if you’re experiencing pain or if there are bulging or discolored veins in your leg that you’re interested in removing, please reach out at 866-695-8346. We’ll answer all your questions and address any concerns, then we’ll develop the perfect course of action for your individual care.

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