Understanding Leg Vein Pain Problems

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Many leg problems can leave you with a reduced quality of life, that is, without the right treatment plan. Whether you are suffering from tired or achy legs or just have become self-conscious because of how your veins make your legs appear, the experts at Vascular Care Specialists, wants you to know that there are treatment options available. From self-care …

Patient Portal

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Take advantage of the online services offered by our practice with the assurance that all of your information is encrypted and stored securely. Patient Online Services As you know, few things in life matter more than your health and the health of your loved ones. Now there’s a new way to manage what’s most important. At MyHealthRecord.com, you can: Securely …

Spider Veins

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For their web-like appearance and sudden occurrence, there’s no secret to how spider veins got their name. Most often, they are red or blue and appear on the legs and feet; however, spider veins can also suddenly appear on the face. Wherever you discovered them, there’s no doubt that spider veins can trigger some alarm. But as with any new …

Self-Care Vein Problems

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Though self-care is prescribed to individuals following their professional treatment, it is also given to pregnant women – allowing for some comfort during the pregnancy.  To get the most effective results, it’s imperative that you follow the instructions given to you by your health practitioner. Here’s what to consider:

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Leg Pain

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Leg pain can suddenly strike from what seems like out of nowhere. For some, it can gradually build over time. It can be centralized in one specific area of the leg or begin in one region and spread. It can be fleeting and inconsequential, and for some, it can impair your ability to walk. From dull and aching to sharp …

Evaluating Your Vein Problem

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Before a treatment plan can be created, you’ll first be evaluated to identify which of the many treatment options would be best for you. Your first evaluation will start with a detailed review of your family and medical history, as well as a physical examination. History plays a significant role in determining the severity and type of vein problem you …

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Glossary

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Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) An enlargement of the aorta, the major blood vessel in the body, located in your belly. Rupture, or bursting, of the aneurysm is a life-threatening condition. Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) A sudden blockage or reduction in blood flow to the heart, which causes chest pain. The most serious outcome of ACS is a heart attack. Angiogram …

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Symptoms

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Your doctor might ask you about how often you sit or exercise during the day. They will also question your health history, such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol. If possible, be prepared to discuss your family history of vascular disease, too. Knowing your risk factors and symptoms is critical in identifying the appropriate treatment plan for you.

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Before You Visit

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Say goodbye to paperwork and hello to our technological resources made to make your life easier. We have partnered with Phreesia, a patient intake management solution, to optimize our patients’ overall experience and enhance clinical care. You can now confirm your appointment via text or email before coming to our office. Check-in before your visit, and even let us know …