Signs of venous disease include aching, swelling, restless leg syndrome, cramping especially at night, a feeling of heaviness, fullness or itching of the legs. You may begin to notice spider veins and larger varicose veins forming or see vessels beginning to form around your ankles. Even if you do not have visible veins, you may have vein disease, if you present with any of the above symptoms. Signs of advanced disease include: ankle skin color changes and/or leg ulcers. You can thank genetics for the predisposition in developing faulty vessels and refluxing valves inside the veins. Pregnancy or an injury to your legs are other causes of veins. Venous disease is a progressive disorder and will continue to worsen if not treated. Contact a vein specialist today!
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Morrison Vein Institute is a medical practice that specializes in the treatment of Varicose and Spider Veins. The Morrison Vein Institute takes the most advanced treatments of veins and vein disease available today and makes them even better by providing compassionate and thorough care. The Morrison Vein Institute specializes in minimally invasive, outpatient procedures for varicose and spider veins, such as Sclerotherapy, Ambulatory Phlebectomy, Endovenous Laser Ablation, VNUS Closure, and Ultrasound-Guided Sclerotherapy, and cosmetic spider vein treatments. Nick Morrison, MD, FACPh, FACS, RPhS, President, International Union of Phlebology, Member, American College of Phlebology Foundation Board Past President, American College of Phlebology, Medical Director. Our team has dedicated our medical practice to veins for 20 years. We are joined in practice by James McEown, MD, Karen Garby, MD and our expert Morrison Vein schedulers, ambassadors and the Professional RN Dream Team. View all posts by morrisonvein