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Radio-Frequency Ablation for Varicose Veins.

Radio-Frequency Ablation for Varicose Veins.

  Radiofrequency closure, also known as radiofrequency ablation, addresses the venous reflex disease that often causes varicose veins. It serves as an alternative to traditional vein stripping, which requires invasive surgical removal of the diseased veins. Instead, radiofrequency ablation uses heat energy to prompt the closure of diseased veins.

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The Joint Commission Gold Seal Of Approval / Certification

The Joint Commission Gold Seal Of Approval / Certification

The Joint Commission? What is it? The Joint Commission is an independent non-profit organization that accredits and certifies healthcare organizations in the United States. A Joint Commission accreditation and Gold Seal of approval is a symbol of Quality and Excellence that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting and exceeding performance and safety standards.

deep vein thrombosis

Understanding Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

Understanding Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

Symptoms: can occur without warning signsAlso felt as discomfort in the affected area including Swelling and pain the affected leg. Additionally, redness and warmth along the vein where the clot is found. Causes Coagulation of blood is an important process that helps to prevent excessive bleeding during injury.

vascular ultrasound

What is a Vascular Ultrasound?

What is a Vascular Ultrasound?

Vascular Ultrasound or Duplex study   A Vascular Ultrasound or Duplex study is a non-invasive test performed to evaluate a patient’s blood flow through the arteries and veins. The test provides Vascular Surgeons with the information they need to provide a diagnosis and set a course of treatment for each patient.

diabetes & vascular disease

Diabetes & Vascular Disease

Diabetes & Vascular Disease

Diabetes is one of the strongest risk factors for any form of vascular disease. Diabetes can cause many complications that worsen the vascular disease. Some of these complications include vein weakness, weight gain, venous ulcers, DVT’s, and Peripheral Vascular Disease. Many with diabetes worry they can’t be treated for varicose veins and other vascular complications.

varicose spider veins

Painful, tired legs? It could be Varicose or Spider Veins!

Painful, tired legs? It could be Varicose or Spider Veins!

Vascular surgeons are the only specialist focusing exclusively on Vein & Artery disorders.  Do you suffer from: Aching & uncomfortable legs Itching/muscle cramps Swelling in feet & ankles Burning or throbbing Leg heaviness/tiredness Skin discoloration Treatments Compression stockings Sclerotherapy Radiofrequency ablation Phlebectomy    

atherosclerosis

What is Atherosclerosis?

What is Atherosclerosis?

Atherosclerosis – is a disease process that leads to the hardening or clogging of arteries. The build-up over time of substances such as fat, cholesterol, & calcium, collectively called plaque, narrows the artery and restricts the amount of blood able to pass through the arteries,

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