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We offer Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas) during procedures. This odorless gas can help patients relax and gives a sense of euphoria. Learn more about Nitrous in our latest blog:

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New blog! Kelly Thorpe, APRN, FNP-C explains how closing down problematic veins actually improves circulation in legs.

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Need help getting into your knee high compression socks? Try this easy method:

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Accreditation is a great way for patients to find physicians and facilities that offer a high level of care. Follow the link to learn more about accreditation:

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The first step to varicose vein treatment is an ultrasound to map your veins. Read what to expect during this exam in our latest blog:

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Vein disease can hold you back. Read how vein treatment can get you back to doing the things you love:

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Putting on compression stockings is no easy task. Here are some tips and tricks that may help you out:

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When varicose veins occur in the pelvis the condition is known as pelvic venous insufficiency (PVI) – also referred to as pelvic congestion syndrome. Watch Callie and Dr. Black discuss PVI on Studio 5:

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Compression stockings can alleviate symptoms of varicose veins and help prevent blood clots. Learn more about compression stockings and how they work with this infographic:

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Do you know the signs and symptoms of varicose veins?
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