Venous disease is generally caused by the improper flow of blood in the veins of the legs. When valves within veins malfunction or fail, blood is not pumped back toward the heart as it should be, and tends to pool in the lower legs. The blood pooling causes markedly increased pressure in the veins. This leads to a host of issues that can be both aesthetically displeasing as well as uncomfortable if not painful.
Fortunately, modern treatments provide excellent outcomes that can rejuvenate the appearance of the legs as well as restore a higher quality of life to those who suffer from venous disorders.
Common vein conditions include: