Varicose Vein Treatment
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Varicose vein treatment

Varicose Vein Treatment An estimated 10-20% of the adult American population has some form of varicose veins. This site provides helpful information on recognizing and treating varicose veins. Explore our descriptions of all three types of varicose veins, including deep, superficial, and perforator veins.

Often confused with the more benign spider veins, varicose veins are much larger, and can indicate the presence of venous insufficiency, a serious cirulatory condition. For serious conditions, you should consult a physician. In any case, there are a number of treatments to explore for your varicose vein affliction.

Within this site you'll learn about the difference between large varicose veins and the smaller spider veins. You'll find treatment information for most types of varicose veins and you'll learn about the Closure® procedure - a minimally invasive treatment for the condition that is the underlying cause of many varicose veins, that does not involve vein ligation or stripping.

This website provides general information regarding varicose veins and we hope you find it easy to understand, informative and helpful. These medical varicose vein facts are freely available and accessible on the Internet so that users can arrive at their own informed and considered conclusions on varicose vein treatment. It is important to remember, however, that none of the information contained in this website is meant to be interpreted as medical advice of any kind, its purpose is educational.

We are not responsible for the consequences of decisions made as a result of the varicose vein information available on this site.

Seek medical advice from a qualified doctor if you have any medical questions.