May 2010 Newsletter
Mother’s Day is a sure sign of spring! It can also be a reminder of the unsightly varicose veins and spider veins that developed during pregnancy. Hormonal changes and increased pressure on leg veins, due to weight gain, are potential side effects of pregnancy and increase the chances of developing vein disease. Take the time to celebrate your motherhood and your health by talking with a doctor about available treatments.
When you have children, a procedure's recovery time is a major concern. Luckily, technological advancements have enabled physicians to simplify the treatment of varicose veins and spider veins. Most procedures are minimally invasive, so they do not require hospital stays, and they use local anesthesia rather than general anesthesia. This means a faster return to your normal routine, and your kids. Learn more about treatment options, and find a doctor today.
The VenaCure EVLT treatment was recently featured on the popular nationally syndicated television show 'The Doctors'. Dr. J. Joseph Hewett of the Los Angeles Vascular Center explained the procedure and performed it on a patient who suffered from varicose veins. Watch the dramatic results as the patient's legs are unveiled only three days after the procedure.