Vein Treatment In Ramsey New Jersey
Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine is proud to announce the addition of a Board Certified Vein Specialist right here in our Ramsey New Jersey location. Progressive Spine & Sports Medicine has been known for its comprehensive pain treatments using non-surgical and non-invasive methods. With a team of double board-certified physicians, we are able to work directly with your other specialists, physical therapist and general practitioners to design an individualized treatment plan to help treat various vein symptoms, issues, and disease.
VEIN TREATMENTS AVAILABLE IN RAMSEY, NEW JERSEY
WHAT TO EXPECT DURING YOUR VEIN TREATMENT AT PROGRESSIVE SPINE & SPORTS MEDICINE
During your first visit, we’ll go over any questions you may have! You will then have an ultrasound performed by your vein screening specialist. Based on your ultrasound results and a detailed evaluation by our healthcare team, we can determine what’s going on with your veins and what exactly is causing issues in your legs. – We always strive to give you the best results possible with the least invasive procedures available. During your initial evaluation, we will review the compression stocking option and other lifestyle changes that may help your legs feel better prior to scheduling any procedure. Based on what you and your physician discuss, you will MUTUALLY decide on a plan of action! Call now to make an appointment!
Venous Disease Can Cause Various Symptoms In Your Legs:
- Aching and Painful Legs & Feet
- Blood Clots
- Tiredness and Fatigue
- Restless Legs
- Leg Cramps
- Leg Swelling
- Leg Throbbing
- Skin Irritation
- Varicose Veins/Spider Veins
- Venous Ulcers
- Early symptoms may seem minor. However, more serious problems like ulcers and skin changes can develop if not treated in time. These issues may be permanent.
What Causes Vein Problems?
A variety of life events can cause problems in veins, such as pregnancy, a job where you’re on your feet a lot and/or wearing heavy gear. Also, vein issues can result from genetic factors. Even without these risk factors, you can develop problems with blood flow in your lower extremities. Almost 1 in 3 people over the age of 45 have some kind of venous disease.