Exceptional Care for Vascular Conditions
Experience the finest level of service at Premier Vein & Vascular Center. Our board-certified vein doctors are proud to provide the first-class treatments you need and deserve! Treating venous insufficiency and vein disease is our specialty, so you can count on us to provide you with the highest quality services for all vein and vascular-related ailments.
Common Signs and Symptoms of Poor Vein Health
There are many warning signs of poor vein health, so if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please schedule a consultation with Premier Vein & Vascular Center.
- Painful, achy, or “heavy” legs
- Swelling in the legs and feet
- Throbbing or cramping in your legs
- Itchiness or dry skin
- Tingling or numbness
- Leg ulcers
- Discolored skin
- Varicose veins
Comprehensive Treatment for a Variety of Conditions
A variety of conditions can prevent your vascular system from functioning a full strength, but the experts at Premier Vein & Vascular Center have the knowledge & skills to identify these vascular problems at the earliest possible stage to set you on the road to recovery. Here are the vascular conditions we treat:
Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted and bulging veins that can be raised above the surface of the skin and appear purple, blue, or flesh tone. Symptoms may include pain, itchiness, and burning surrounding the area of the distended vein. If varicose veins are not treated, they can advance to Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) with symptoms increasing as time progresses.
A venous ulcer is a shallow wound that results from a vein’s inability to return blood to the heart (venous insufficiency). When damaged valves allow blood to pool in the legs and ankles, fluid can leak into the surrounding tissue and causes a slow-healing wound.
A serious condition, DVT occurs when a blood clot forms in one or more of the deep veins in your body. If left untreated, the blood clot could break loose and lead to a pulmonary embolism. Common symptoms are leg pain or swelling, but DVT may occur without any symptoms. You may be susceptible to DVT if you haven’t moved for long periods of time.
Pelvic congestion syndrome is a vascular disease primarily brought about by the formation of varicose veins below the abdomen and around the pelvic region. It is most common in women and can cause symptoms such as pelvic pain and heaviness, particularly around the menstrual period or after intercourse.
Tips for Preventing Poor Vein Health
- Exercise, especially low-impact activities like swimming and biking
- Opt for flats over heels
- Sit with your legs propped up higher than your heart for 10-15 minutes at the end of the day
- Wear support hose
Get in Touch With Our Experts
When you have vascular conditions, it is important to determine the cause to get you on your way to health. Here at Premier Vein & Vascular Center, our experienced staff provides vascular treatment to resolve your pain quickly.