Signs and Symptoms of Varicose Veins – Video

Varicose veins are often recognized for their unsightly appearance, but what you cannot see is the symptoms they can cause. Symptoms like leg pain, heaviness, swelling, and even restless legs can make it difficult to enjoy the everyday activities of life. Left untreated, varicose veins can cause serious conditions like blood clots and skin ulceration.  Fortunately, the varicose vein treatment specialists at IVC offer the latest in-office treatments available. These minimally-invasive techniques generally take less than an hour to complete, and you are back to normal daily activities the same day.

Get back to doing the things you love, call us today to schedule a free varicose vein ultrasound screening.

Video transcription:

Do varicose veins prevent you from doing the things you enjoy? These damaged and enlarged veins cause pain and embarrassment for millions of people. They can lead to even bigger health issues like blood clots and skin ulceration if left untreated.

At IVC®, we provide state-of-the-art treatment for varicose veins. Our highly trained physicians and staff deliver accurate diagnosis and quality care!

Varicose veins develop from damaged or weakened valves which allow blood to flow backward.

Common risks for varicose veins include heredity, pregnancy, aging, female gender, blood clots, trauma, and prolonged sitting or standing.

When valves fail, blood collects in your legs and pressure builds up! Apart from its unsightly appearance, this can cause aching pain, discomfort, swelling, bruising, itching, discoloration, inflammation, heaviness, difficulty standing, and even restless legs.

Treatment is typically performed in our office with only mild discomfort. Our doctors will help you every step of the way.

The procedures typically take 1-2 hours depending on your specific needs. You can resume regular activities almost immediately.

Improve your activity, ease your pain, and feel more confident in your appearance. Call today for your complimentary screening. You can also visit us at Life starts when the pain stops.