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Optima Vein Care
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Check out our YouTube page!
We recently preformed an #EVLT procedure and it went fantastic!
Did we mention our staff is bilingual! #SeHablaEspañol
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How does staying active + hydrated keep your ‪#‎veins‬ healthy? Find out by reading our August newsletter! Click here: http://eepurl.com/bvMFMX
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"I came to Optima vein care one year prior to coming back to actually get the procedure, due to fear. When I came back, Dr. Seifert put me at ease. I have had 3 procedures now, and there was no reason to fear them. My legs not only feel so much better, they look better as well! Thank you, Dr Seifert, Nicole, Andrina and Maria. You're all considerate, competent people, and I appreciate it. Thanks again!" -Karen S.
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Stay ACTIVE...your veins will thank you!
The more you're active + healthy, the better. Try circulation-boosting activities such as swimming and climbing stairs or simply walking! ‪#‎Monday‬‪#‎Motivation‬ ‪#‎OptimaVeinCare‬
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‪#‎Summer‬ isn't over yet-- there's still time to show your ‪#‎legs‬ off!
Visit Optima Vein Care for varicose + spider vein treatments & they will be! Call (480) 899-8930 to schedule your consultation.
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Stay hydrated! This should be part of everyone’s daily routine, but it is even more important for those with varicose or spider veins, as drinking plenty of fluids helps with circulation! ‪#‎VaricoseVeins‬ ‪#‎OptimaVeinCare‬
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=Health Tip=
Heat exhaustion in ‪#‎Arizona‬: have a headache, dizziness & nausea? Jump into a cool shower, or get in front of a fan or AC and hydrate!
Warning: ‪#‎Heat‬ exhaustion can escalate to life-threatening heat stroke. Seek help if you faint, feel too nauseous to drink, stop sweating or develop a fever or rapid pulse.
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