A varicose and spider vein specialist is a doctor who specialises in the treatment of these veins. These unsightly bulging, distorted veins can be seen through the skin and can be handled in a number of ways.Do you want to learn more? Visit Peripheral Vascular Diseases
The process of ageing
Menopause or premenstrual syndrome may be a factor.
Genetics is a branch of biology that deals with
Obesity is a problem that affects many people.
Long stretches of time spent standing
When should you consult a doctor?
If alternative treatments haven’t worked, or if you’re worried about the appearance of your legs, or if you’re experiencing serious symptoms, you should see a doctor.
Diagnostics and screening
Your doctor will inspect your legs when you are standing, checking for any signs of swollen veins. He or she can inquire as to whether or not you are having any problems and, if so, what they are. Your doctor may then conduct an ultrasound test to see whether the valves in your veins are functioning properly or whether any signs of a blood clot are present.
Ultrasound-guided Foam Sclerotherapy and Endovenous Chemical Ablation—Ultrasound is used to direct the precise positioning of injections used to treat large varicose veins. It works by discussing the cause of venous reflux.
Ambulatory phlebectomy is a procedure that removes large varicose veins on the surface of the skin. The unhealthy veins are pulled up and skillfully cut using this procedure through very small incisions that do not require stitches. This method of treating surface veins is also more effective than multiple sclerotherapy procedures.