Do you have any of these symptoms?
Symptoms of venous disease may range from very mild to very severe and vary considerably from patient to patient. Some patients with very advanced and serious venous disorders may have minimal symptoms while others who experience considerable pain may have only very tiny abnormal veins.
Problems due to vein disorders usually occur due to failure of one-way valves in the veins (venous insufficiency), clotting within the veins, or blockage of venous flow. A detailed review of symptoms, clinical history, a physical examination, and, often, venous color duplex ultrasound examination are necessary to determine the conditions present in order to develop a treatment plan specific to the unique needs of each patient.
The goal of treatment is to relieve symptoms or to reverse or prevent progression of the condition.
Avoidance of future complications of untreated venous disease is especially important.
TREATMENT IS ABOUT IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE!
VeinCare Centers of Tennessee has achieved a full three-year accreditation in Peripheral Venous Testing by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) after a thorough review of its operational and technical components by a panel of experts.