Risks & Symptoms

Vein disorders can occur as a result of reduced activity in the veins of the lower extremities. Eventually valves in the vein walls weaken, forcing blood to flow in reverse and pool in the legs and feet. This may lead to a diagnosis of vein disease. Vein disorders typically affect the lower body but can cause issues for the arms, hands, and face, too.

If you have any of these problems, contact us to see how we can relieve you from these symptoms:

  • Unsightly veins

  • Visible varicose veins

  • Spider veins

  • Aches and pains in your legs

  • Heaviness or leg tiredness

  • Ankle edema or leg swelling

  • Night cramps

  • Skin discoloration

  • Wounds that won’t heal

  • Established venous disease

  • History of venous disease

Addressing these concerns now can prevent more severe disorders of the cardiovascular system. The outlook is positive if you have a vein problem, because there is treatment available to help your legs and feet become healthy again.