“The whole soul is in the whole body, in the bones and in the veins and in the heart; it is no more present in one part than in another, and it is no less present in one part than in the whole, nor in the whole less than in one part.”
“The whole soul is in the whole body, in the bones and in the veins and in the heart; it is no more present in one part than in another, and it is no less present in one part than in the whole, nor in the whole less than in one part.” Giordano Bruno
Conditions We Treat
Venous disease is generally caused by the improper flow of blood in the veins of the legs. When valves within the 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 increase in pressure 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.
Other Common Vein Conditions & Symptoms
Though the conditions above are the most common visual conditions/symptoms of venous insufficiency/disease, there are many other conditions and symptoms that can arise. Thankfully, there have been numerous advances in the field of vascular medicine that allow us to help to reverse or improve these conditions/symptoms to help you get back to the life you want to be living.
How The Vein Institute Helps
Dr. Gardner explains how The Vein Institute targets the source of your vein disease, then creates a custom treatment plan tailored to your unique needs utilizing the latest technology in minimally-invasive treatments options.
How Ultrasound Can Help Diagnosis Vein Disease
Watch how The Vein Institute uses ultrasound technology to detect and diagnose vein disease.
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