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5 Tips for improving leg circulation

Dec 4, 2017 3:21:13 PM / by Dr. Vincent Gardner

If you have a family history of venous disease, such as the presence of problem veins, poor circulation, swelling, and discomfort, there are some things you can do to improve your vein health. It’s always a good time to promote healthy circulation, but the best time to do so is before you have a problem. Some of our favorite tips on improving leg circulation ...

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Varicose and Spider Veins 101

Oct 25, 2017 10:30:00 AM / by Vincent Gardner

Everyone has heard about varicose veins, reticular veins, and spider veins, but there are still a lot of questions about them out there. At The Vein Institute, we know that confusion and misconceptions may stand in the way of an important goal—achieving healthy vein function, improved comfort, and restored leg appearance. To achieve this, it helps to be able to ...

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Q & A: Restless Legs

Sep 20, 2017 5:47:45 PM / by Vincent Gardner

Q: I have been suffering from restless legs for a few years, as well as varicose veins. I am uncomfortable during the day, but the real problem is at night. My symptoms frequently wake me out of a sound sleep. I heard a vein specialist may be able to help me. Is this true?

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5 Things to Know About Pregnancy and Varicose Veins

Aug 24, 2017 12:54:12 PM / by Vincent Gardner

Pregnancy, although a miraculous and wonderful time of life, can truly take a toll on a woman’s body. When you consider swollen feet and ankles, tender breasts, stretch marks and needing to urinate much more frequently than normal—not to mention morning sickness—it’s unfortunate that many women also have to deal with painful, unsightly varicose veins on top of ...

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Q & A: Vein Treatments for Men

Jun 27, 2017 2:39:06 PM / by Vincent Gardner

Q: I know women get varicose veins, especially after having children, but I’m a man and I have them, too. I don’t see much in the media about what my options are. Can men get treatment or are we just stuck with them?

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