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The vein treatment center comments on a recent article by noting that, although spending long periods of time sitting can potentially lead to blood clots and other vein issues, there are a variety of highly effective measures available to patients.
Olympia, WA (PRWEB) November 22, 2016
According to an October 25 article published on Medical Daily, spending too much time sitting can lead to a variety of muscle, joint and vein complications. Washington-based vein treatment clinic Northwest Vein & Aesthetic Center notes that, although such modern-day realities as a desk job can increase the risk of developing vein issues, patients can rely on the latest vascular procedures and treatments to improve their circulation and damaged veins. Patients can rely on cutting-edge procedures to improve or resolve a variety of vein conditions, such as:
Deep Vein Thrombosis - Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) occurs when a blood clot forms in an individual’s veins. Typically, patients can experience some pain and swelling in their legs, although smaller clots may not produce any symptoms. Northwest Vein & Aesthetic Center notes that DVT can pose a major threat to a patient if left untreated, as a blood clot can break loose from the vein and travel to a patient’s lungs. DVT can be diagnosed with a duplex ultrasound and treated with specially prescribed blood thinners.
Spider Veins - One of the most common vascular conditions is spider veins. These somewhat enlarged veins usually appear in the legs but may show up elsewhere in the body. The Washington-based vein treatment center notes that they can be effectively treated through sclerotherapy or laser light therapy. These cutting-edge treatments are minimally invasive and patients can immediately return to their daily activities very soon after treatment.
Varicose Veins - Northwest Vein & Aesthetic Center notes that varicose veins, unlike smaller spider veins, often appear as bulging veins on a patient’s legs and can be reflective of an underlying condition called chronic venous insufficiency. Following a thorough evaluation, varicose veins can be treated with highly effective procedures like Venefit, also referred to as radiofrequency closure. Using a targeted amount of radiofrequency energy, varicose veins are then safely sealed and blood flow is automatically redirected to healthier veins. Patients can usually resume their normal routine soon after the procedure.
Northwest Vein & Aesthetic Center goes on to note that patients can easily implement simple measures to improve circulation even without undergoing a procedure. First, individuals can avoid long periods of standing or sitting. If individuals work in front of a computer and sit most of the day, it helps to take a 5 minute break once an hour. Individuals can set a smartphone timer as a reminder and take a break to walk around. Even if individuals have to remain sitting or standing, for example on a flight, performing heel raises while sitting or standing in place helps gets the blood pumping in the legs. Second, wearing compression stockings can take the pressure off the legs and make them feel better. Gone are the old “nylons.” Medical compression stockings now come in a variety of fabrics, colors and styles providing superior comfort and fit. Third, individuals can elevate the legs when possible. The Washington-based vein treatment center notes the vast majority of people can improve their circulation with the above, easy to implement measures, but when more help is needed, their team of highly skilled and extremely experienced vascular experts is available to address any concerns or answer questions related to vein issues and procedures. Readers who would like more information about the variety of vein treatments offered at Northwest Vein & Aesthetic Center can call the practice at (253) 948-4378 or visit it online at http://nwveins.com/.
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