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Post-Care After Sclerotherapy Treatment

Sclerotherapy can be used to treat superficial spider veins and small to medium varicose veins. This procedure involves a FDA-approved medical grade sclerosant that is injected into the veins that causes the vein walls to collapse and stick together. The body then resorbs the closed veins.

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6 Tips to Reduce Varicose Vein Discomfort

Varicose veins are large, bulging veins in the legs that can cause significant discomfort. Patients with varicose vein disease may experience leg cramps, restless legs, fatigue, swelling, itching and bruising. More serious, untreated cases can lead to leg ulcers, skin scarring and blood clots.

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4 Ways to Combat the Effects of Sitting

The average American adult with a desk job spends most of the 8-hour workday sitting. An inactive lifestyle can lead to fatigue, weight gain and increased risk for serious health complications. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, leading a sedentary lifestyle increases risk of Type 2 diabetes by 112 percent and heart disease by 147 percent.

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Vein Centers of CT Featured on Better Connecticut

Last week, Dr. Wanda Kirejczyk and Anna Gatewood, PA-C were featured on Better Connecticut to discuss the services offered at the Vein Centers of Connecticut. Dr. Kirejczyk spoke to Melissa Cole about varicose veins as a medical disease, while Anna Gatewood performed a spider vein treatment on camera.

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Treating Varicose Veins

Do you feel less energetic than you think you should? Do your legs feel tired, achy, heavy or crampy? Varicose veins could be the problem. Watch our video spot on American Health Front below and contact us if you have any questions we may be able to answer.

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