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Effects of Vein Injections on Varicose Veins

By Rose City Vein Center | Oct 5, 2015

If you are dealing with varicose vein symptoms or looking for ways of preventing varicose veins, you may want to consider vein injections. Instead of trying countless different methods of treatment that may or may not even work, vein injections offer people with varicose vein symptoms a proven, effective way of removing troublesome veins and…

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Are Vein Injections for You?

By Rose City Vein Center | Sep 21, 2015

For patients stuck with painful, annoying varicose vein symptoms, doctors often suggest vein injections as a method of treatment for spider veins. To get rid of your painful or unsightly spider veins, a clinic specializing in vein injections will use a procedure like sclerotherapy, through which spider veins are removed and reduced in a minimally invasive manner.…

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5 Ways to Address Restless Legs

By Rose City Vein Center | Sep 8, 2015

If you just can’t stop moving your legs no matter how badly you want to sleep, you may be dealing with restless legs. Patients with restless legs often report a lot of discomfort and pain associated with this diagnosis, the symptoms of which typically crop up at night. What Are the Symptoms of Restless Leg Syndrome?…

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Alternative Treatments for Varicose Veins Explored and De-Bunked

By Rose City Vein Center | Aug 24, 2015

When it comes to treating and preventing varicose veins and varicose vein symptoms, Oregon patients have tried all sorts of things. If you are struggling with preventing varicose veins, you have probably heard about various alternative treatments, from compression stockings for varicose veins to acupuncture. For dealing with varicose vein symptoms, Oregon vein clinics generally…

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More Than Skin Deep: Symptoms Associated with Varicose Veins

By Rose City Vein Center | Aug 10, 2015

Chronic venous disease, varicose veins and other vein disorders are often immediately visible to sufferers and non-suffers alike, as these conditions twist and distort leg veins in a way that is hard not to notice. But to those who deal with chronic venous disease every day, it is apparent that the problems and symptoms associated…

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Vein Pain: Yes, Veins Can Hurt

By Rose City Vein Center | Jul 27, 2015

Did you know that veins can hurt? Even though they are under the surface of your skin and not a place that people commonly think of as painful, veins cause pain for lots of people, and painful veins in patients often point to venous insufficiency as the root cause. What is Venous Insufficiency? Put simply,…

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Post-Venefit: Tips for After Your Procedure

By Rose City Vein Center | Jul 13, 2015

Venefit, formerly known as VNUS Closure Procedure, is a non-surgical varicose vein treatment that aims to improve skin appearance while reducing health risks associate with enlarged veins. Venefit uses radio frequency energy to apply heat and contract collagen inside varicose vein walls, causing them to collapse and close off. Among other benefits, the Venefit procedure:…

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Is It Safe to Travel with Varicose Veins?

By Rose City Vein Center | Jun 29, 2015

Varicose veins are unpleasant. Just ask anyone afflicted by them, and they’ll tell you the extent they go just to hide enlarged veins and the physical discomfort they feel. Many people do not experience symptoms, but for some, there’s leg pain, throbbing, or itching spells. Those experiencing discomfort will benefit most from treatment of varicose…

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Sclerotherapy vs Phlebectomy: Which is Right for You?

By Rose City Vein Center | Jun 17, 2015

Varicose veins that are aesthetically unpleasant or trigger pain can be treated with modern technologies. Restorative measures such as sclerotherapy and phlebectomy are proven safe and effective in eliminating varicose veins, but the recovery time and experience can be very different. Sclerotherapy A common treatment for spider veins, sclerotherapy uses a tiny needle to inject…

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What Are The Risks of Untreated Varicose Veins?

By Rose City Vein Center | Jun 1, 2015

We know that varicose veins are mostly harmless. Or are they? While most people believe varicose veins can be left untreated, what they do not realize is that over time, varicose veins can progress in severity. Veins become larger, circulation gets worse, and more varicose veins can form, which increases the risk of developing phlebitis.…

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