At the Vein Centers of Connecticut, we share your concerns about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, now designated a global pandemic. As the virus continues to spread and approaches a surge, we will be closing our offices on Friday, April 10th to help keep our patients and staff safe and healthy.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has presented us all with unexpected challenges. With many businesses and schools closed, we’re learning to navigate work and education from home, while keeping our families safe and healthy.
As a compassionate provider of treatment for venous insufficiency, the Vein Centers of CT are committed to you and your family’s health at all times. We also understand your concerns about the new Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which has been designated a global pandemic.
Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) occurs when a blood clot forms in a deep vein, typically in the leg. A blood clot is a gel-like mass formed by platelets that can block a vein. This causes significant problems, as blood flow past the clot is decreased.
Warm weather is right around the corner! As we head into the final weeks of winter, it’s time to start thinking about sunshine, fresh air and showing off our legs. If you have been hiding spider veins under jeans, leggings and tall boots, it’s important to address this cosmetic issue before it gets worse.