Chronic Venous Disease
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Overcome Chronic Venous Disease at Bloomfield Vein & Vascular
Are you experiencing leg achiness, heaviness, or tiredness? Have you noticed varicose veins or changes in the color of your skin around the ankles? These symptoms could be signs of Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI). At Bloomfield Vein & Vascular, we understand the challenges of dealing with chronic venous diseases, and our expert team, led by board-certified vascular surgeon Dr. Diego Hernandez, is committed to providing the highest quality of care for our patients.
If chronic venous disease is affecting your life, don’t wait any longer. Contact Bloomfield Vein & Vascular today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a more comfortable and active future.
What is Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)?
Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) occurs when the leg veins fail to effectively carry blood back to the heart, causing blood to flow backward and pool in the legs. This leads to increased pressure in the veins, resulting in swelling and the improper functioning of vein valves. As the condition progresses, patients may experience leg achiness, heaviness, and tiredness. Visible varicose veins may or may not be present, and the skin around the ankles may change color, becoming reddish-brown or black, indicating potential skin damage and ulcer formation.
Our skilled medical team diagnoses chronic venous disease through a thorough examination and specialized ultrasound testing to determine the underlying causes of vein valve failure. Identifying the root cause is crucial to devising an effective treatment plan tailored to your unique needs.
Identifying Risk Factors for Chronic Venous Diseases
Venous diseases can affect individuals from all walks of life, and while they may have various causes, certain risk factors play a significant role in their development. Identifying these risk factors can help individuals take proactive steps towards prevention and early intervention.
Let’s explore the key risk factors associated with venous diseases:
Prolonged Standing or Sitting
Occupations that require extended periods of standing or sitting can put a strain on the veins, increasing the risk of chronic venous diseases.
History of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
Explore Our Tailored Treatment Options for Chronic Venous Diseases
At Bloomfield Vein & Vascular we believe in personalized care for each patient. Our approach begins with a thorough examination and specialized ultrasound testing to understand the underlying reasons for the vein valve failure. Initial treatment may involve compression bandages, specific dressings, medications, and leg elevation to control swelling.
For patients who require more advanced interventions, we offer minimally invasive procedures to restore venous function and minimize long-term complications. These procedures may include radiofrequency ablation, foam sclerotherapy, and iliac vein stenting. Rest assured, our experienced team is well-versed in handling these complex issues, ensuring that you receive the best care possible.
Restore your Quality of Life
Experience Relief and Renewed Mobility with Chronic Venous Disease Treatment at Bloomfield Vein & Vascular
Don’t let chronic venous disease hinder your daily life and well-being. Trust your care to the experienced hands of our medical team at Bloomfield Vein & Vascular. With our unmatched expertise in managing complex venous conditions, we guarantee effective and safe treatments to relieve your symptoms and restore your quality of life.
Take the first step towards healthier legs and schedule a chronic venous disease consultation with us today.