Post by Dr. Charles J. Gutierrez
As 2014 winds to a close, the staff at VasCare Vein Clinics would like to wish everyone a happy holidays and a prosperous New Year.
New Year’s resolutions often get a bad rap – and usually for good measure – but despite the negative connotations that come from oft-abandoned promises, the New Year is a great time to look at your personal health and commit to change.
While that resolution to be less stressed could be thrown out the window by February, deciding to embrace vein health has long term benefits. Varicose veins is a serious medical condition and if you’re exhibiting one of the following signs, you could be suffering from venous disease:
These symptoms usually indicate an underlying disorder in the larger veins of the legs. If you are suffering from any of these symptoms, consider setting an appointment in our Beaumont or Corpus Christi centers. Treatment for varicose veins is considered medically necessary and could be covered by your insurance.
So this year, follow through with your New Year’s resolution and do something about those spider or varicose veins.
The first step is to find out if you’re at risk. Check our previous blog post to find out the most common causes of spider veins and how to prevent them.
To schedule an appointment, contact VasCare Vein Center in Beaumont and Corpus Christi.