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A Vascular Doctor in Fresh Meadows on Improving the World with Vein Disease Treatment

Venous insufficiency is a condition where blood does not flow from the legs back to the heart, causing it to pool in the lower legs. The condition can be caused by deep vein thrombosis, a blood clot in the deep veins of the legs, or from broken valves inside the veins. Symptoms of venous insufficiency include varicose veins, swollen legs & ankles, changes in skin color in the area, skin ulcers, itching, cramping, and a feeling of pain or heaviness in the legs. When varicose veins occur, they may appear as bulging, twisted ropelike veins that are bluish or purple in color. Both the discomfort and unsightly appearance caused by diseased veins can have a negative impact on quality of life.

Why vein disease treatment in New Hyde Park is so important

Vein disease affects more than half of adults during their lifetime, particularly older women. Some people’s symptoms are mild while others have symptoms that increase in severity and lead to more serious conditions. Now that there are minimally invasive treatments to get rid of diseased veins, those in the latter category no longer have to say “my legs hurt so I can’t go.” Advances in vein treatment have made it easier to enjoy a better quality of life than you will have living with the symptoms of vein disease.

What to expect from your vascular doctor in Fresh Meadows

Dr. Julius Garvey is a Board Certified Vascular Surgeon who offers vein disease treatment in New Hyde Park and Fresh Meadows. Dr. Garvey and his team begin by making a diagnosis of your condition and then discussing the options for treatment with you. Treatments are given at the vein center and often lead to improvements almost immediately after the treatment is completed. Call us at 516-336-8878 to schedule an appointment and find out what thousands of people around the world already know about the benefits of vein disease treatment.

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