Varicose vein treatments can not only eliminate the unsightly bulges, but they also combat any symptoms or discomfort you experience because of these engorged veins. There are many treatments available, but which one is right for you? Read on to find out.
Don’t let wrinkles or thinning eyelashes keep you from enjoying yourself this holiday season. Pamper yourself and get ready for your best holidays yet with our cosmetic facial treatments. Which one is right for you?
Bulging visible hand veins can be purely a cosmetic concern, but they can also be a sign of varicose veins. Thankfully, we have help for hand veins regardless of what’s causing the bulges. Read on to explore your options.
Did you know that vein treatments can help reduce the symptoms of restless leg syndrome? Keep reading to explore the common treatments for restless leg syndrome, and learn how we can help you get the rest you deserve each night.
Even if you eat right, exercise, and stay active, it’s possible to develop varicose veins. That’s because some risk factors are out of your control. Find out what causes varicose veins and what we can do to help you treat them.
COVID-19 is a respiratory disease, but it can profoundly affect your vascular system. Keep reading to learn how the virus impacts your vein care — and what you can do to keep your veins as healthy as possible.
The cause of restless leg syndrome is unknown, but it has been linked to a number of factors and conditions. ADHD, or attention-deficit hyperactive disorder, is one condition linked closely with RLS. Find out more below.
Are you suffering from hemorrhoids in silence? Are you worried about embarrassment and stigma? Hemorrhoids aren't an uncommon issue, and it's important to seek treatment when dealing with them. Here’s what you need to know.
Do you have blue or purple varicose veins on your legs or bulging veins on your hands? You don’t have to live with them. We offer a variety of treatments to close and seal your veins, leaving you with smooth skin. Read on to learn about your options.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.
Every month, the Vein Institute of Connecticut hosts free varicose vein screenings so that Dr. Alex Afshar, Connecticut’s most experienced vein expert, can determine whether or not you have vein disease.
When you think about what running does to your legs – constant pounding; continuous motion up to and sometimes through exhaustion; exposure to heat, cold and precipitation – you might conclude that the activity might be a cause of varicose veins.