Vein Institute clients and the public are encouraged to follow the ACP social media posts on our Facebook pages, as well as follow the hashtag #HealthyVeins for more information on DVT and general vein care. The Vein Institute of Connecticut social media pages can be accessed from the links below:
- Newtown Office Facebook – www.facebook.com/ConnecticutVeins
- Fairfield Office Facebook – www.facebook.com/FairfieldVeins
- Twitter – twitter.com/VeinCT
- Online Vein Self-Assessment – www.phlebology.org/veinassessment
DVT is the formation of a blood clot in a deep vein, most commonly in the legs, causing partial or complete blockage of circulation. DVT affects up to 600,000 Americans each year, leading to between 60,000-100,000 yearly deaths due to complications. Vein care practitioners, such as those represented by the ACP, are uniquely qualified to assess patients for signs of DVT and determine their risks for vein disease.
If you feel that you might be experiencing DVT, please come in for a free consultation.
About the American College of Phlebology
The American College of Phlebology (ACP) is the largest association in the United States for physicians and allied health professionals concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of venous disorders, such as varicose and spider veins, venous ulcers and DVT. Comprised of more than 2,000 members, the ACP is a forum to exchange medical knowledge, best practices and the latest treatment options, as well as offering continuing live and online education and training aimed at improving the quality of patient care. For nearly 30 years, the ACP has been an advocate for the advancement of vein care through education, resources and research.
For more information about the American College of Phlebology, visit www.phlebology.org.