Specialized Spider Vein Treatment California

Have you recently felt tired and less energetic? Are your legs itching and the ankles becoming swollen? Then you could be having the early symptoms of varicose veins. These swollen veins in purplish or bluish colors spread around the lower part of the body, on the legs, and have an appearance of spider web. Though most people are more concerned about the aesthetic implications of varicose veins, the problem, if left unattended, could result in serious medical implications. You can turn to the most reputed vein specialists of California where a varied range of vein conditions including leg ulcers, chronic venous diseases, varicose veins, and deep vein thrombosis are treated. You would get the best spider vein treatment California, at the most affordable prices.

As varicose veins are associated with serious complications, you should ensure that you are getting the treatment from a licensed physician. A specialist doctor, who comes with the required qualifications and years of experience in treating this kind of disease, looks underneath your skin to find the real cause of the varicose or spider veins. Then he would assess your individual situation and advise you on the appropriate treatment options.

The built-up pressure inside the veins is the main cause of varicosities. In most cases, the condition is due to genetic factor. Overweight people are also more susceptible to this condition. Some other causes of spider veins are hormonal changes like taking birth control pills, puberty, pregnancy, and menopause, sitting or standing for a prolonged time, receiving an injury in the area, and hormone replacement therapy. Getting older could trigger this condition as well.

Getting the affected veins treated with a saline injection is not quite sufficient in most cases, as it requires specialized equipment which can see underneath the patient’s skin. A proper treatment by a doctor involved a series of tiny injections, where the number of treatments required is determined by the quantity of affected veins. This is because, the quantity of sclerosant injected comes with a limit. The procedure is painless and works well for a needlephobic patient as well. Some doctors also recommend the foaming technique, where specialized sclerosants are used. Some people make a mistake of undergoing treatment only in the ankles, because of cosmetic reasons, but this is absolutely not prudent. An ankle is a very delicate area, as it is associated with the unique vascular supply. So, this needs to be treated by only experienced doctor. As there could be some underlying damaged reticulars, a proximal to distal method needs to be employed, and this needs to be clearly explained to the patient. After the treatment, there would be a dramatic change in the physical appearance on that affected region. The doctor might ask you to participate regularly in exercise activity (that does not need high impact) and wear compression stockings. After undergoing this treatment, you would be able to return to your normal activities within a very short period of time. If the numbers of veins are few, you can even go shopping on the same day!

Dr. Chane

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