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The Vein Center of Arizona
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For runners, the appearance of veins may worsen after a run because the leg has had a high volume of blood, often resulting in a bulging vein in the back of the calf. This bulge comes from the gastrocnemius veins in the calf. The pooling of blood in the veins creates a heavy sensation and can also cause the legs to swell and feel tired. Any avid runner knows there is nothing quite like the beloved “runners high”, but venous disease can take away that feeling of conquering the world and instead, replace it with one that feels like you are now carrying the weight of the world. In addition to feelings of discomfort, runners, who suffer from venous disease, are also at a higher risk of developing blood clots during long flights or car rides because they have lower resting heartrates. While having a lower resting heartrate is definitely something to brag about in the world of fitness, it can be dangerous for those suffering from venous disease because it means the blood isn’t being pumped as fast. The combination of damaged valves, blood that circulates the body at a lower rate, and lack of movement, due to travel, creates the perfect environment for a blood clot. Marathoners know there is nothing quite like the excitement of race day after training for months, eating right, and of course buying those colorful new sneakers to show off, but all of that could end suddenly if a blood clot were to develop. Blood clots can be life threatening if not properly identified. Runners, and fellow athletes alike, need to immediately address any venous problems they experience. For more information on venous disease, and to get a personalized plan from a board certified surgeon, visit www.trufflesveinspecialists.com or call 678-833-1444 to make an appointment. Remember, venous disease is a medical condition that most insurance companies cover.
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Medical insurance pays for vein treatment. Read that again! Insurance covers vein treatment! Why would your insurance company pay for your to receive vein treatment if it was cosmetic? Insurance companies pay for medical varicose vein treatment because is saves them money, yes they are in business to make money. See the advanced stages of vein disease includes wound treatment, skin grafts, hospitalizations, infection, etc. Now this doesn't happen to everyone with varicose veins, however the cost of prevention is less than that of treating chronic vein disease. Those who do not seek treatment for varicose veins will most likely continue to experience symptoms of pain, fatigue and swelling of the legs and/or ankles. If left untreated, venous disease can cause other health problems including blood clots, venous eczema, skin breakdown, and ulcers.
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Vein treatment sources from the top vein practices in the country. Find out who is doing what in the vein world. Find out who is the best vein doctor in your area. #Vein #News #VeinTreatmentinAtlanta
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Deep vein thrombosis kills more individuals that Breast Cancer, all Motor Vehicle Accidents and Aids combined. Before taking testosterone you should talk with your doctor to limit your risk of developing DVT. You should also talk about the symptoms of DVT and if you have them should get testing at a dedicated vascular lab such as the one at Vein Specialists and Truffles Vein Specialists.
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Truffles Vein Specialists is proud to announce that we offer Venaseal a revolutionary new way to treat varicose veins. No anesthesia, no support hose, immediate reflief and the ability to get back to your active lifestyle. Truffles Vein Specialists offers a full suite of vein treatment options including radio-frequency ablation, laser vein therapy, foam sclerotherapy, liquid sclerotherapy, ultrasound guided sclerotherapy and now Venaseal. 
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Medtronic plc (NYSE: MDT) announced U.S. availability of the VenaSeal(TM) closure system, the first and only non-tumescent, non-thermal, non-sclerosant procedure approved for the treatment of symptomatic venous reflux in the U.S. The VenaSeal closure system was approved through the FDA's Pre-Market Approval (PMA) process, and is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a proprietary medical adhesive to close superficial veins of the lower extremities, such as the great saphenous vein, in patients with symptomatic venous reflux.
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Welcome to eVeinscreening.com, the latest advance at making your vein evaluation and education more accessible. Our newly developed Vein Screening allows you to confidentially submit your completed vein questionnaire and photos directly over the internet to one of our board certified vein specialists specializing in the latest vein evaluations and treatments. Our physicians will review your questionnaire responses and photos and offer their feedback on whether or not you should consider a formal vein evaluation. - See more at: http://eveinscreening.net/evein/#sthash.WtgskqU7.dpuf
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Endovenous Ablation Training Video series by Dr. Joseph Magnant. Dr. Magnant has one of the top vein practices in the nation. He provides training for multiple corporate manufacturers. Dr. Magnant offers both laser and radio-frequency ablation training videos as well as advanced training at his facilities in southwest Florida. Dr. Magnant has also revolutionized vein screening with his HIPPA compliant web based vein screening program www.eveinscreening.com

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