Chronic Venous Insufficiency equals Vein disease

“CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY  (CVI) is one of the most common vascular diseases in the developed world and is a major contributor to psychosocial morbidity.” And one of the worst outcomes of venous disease is leg ulcers, esp for patients over 65- up to 4% of the population! Compression bandaging is the most recognized therapy but due to lack of education of the healthcare professionals regarding application and other treatment modalities, lack of patient funds, poor insurance reimbursement for stockings and bandaging- patients suffer for at least a year or up to 10 years needlessly.

Ross K Smith and Jonathan Golledge wrote a paper ( Phlebology 2014 Vol 29 (9) 570-579)  on a review of circulatory markers in CVI and their abstract and paper to follow shows providers could evaluate patients levels of estradiol, homocysteine and vascular growth factors that were most consistently associated with primary chronic venous insufficiency.

Circulatory markers studies can improve pathogenic understanding, increase prognostic understanding and enhance diagnostic and treatment modalities.

Early recognition of vein disease with comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and in-office minimally invasive vein treatments: revolutionary glue ablations, radiofrequency or laser ablations and ultrasound guided chemical ablations of ” faulty valve- diseased” saphenous veins, accessory veins, pudendal veins, and even pelvic vein disorders can prevent the road to leg ulcers, DVTs, and varicose vein disease disorders.

Schedule a vein screening and learn about vein disease from Morrison Vein Institute.

We have been dedicated to vein disease for 20 years.

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Diabetics can have vein treatments.

Diabetics can inherit vein disease as well.  They have macro and micro angiopathy and amyloid deposit with inflammation. Stasis from the faulty valves of vein disease leads to stasis or blood pooling in the legs and feet, which leads to more inflammation, hyperkeratosis ( broken skin, thickening and hardening), feet and ankle swelling, and skin pigment changes.

What can we do? Get a duplex, color flow venous ultrasound scan by a Certified Registered sonographer in a Phlebology specialist office. Phlebologists are trained and take boards in Venous and lymphatic medicine, IE: Morrison Vein Institute, Compudiagnostics

Then we m teach, diagnose, measure and fit for medical compression stockings or socks that will start with a low dose of compression to meet any insurance guidelines pre-treatment. With and neuropathy, we need to reduce edema and reduce symptoms of vein disease. We refer to All About Compression ( http://www.allaboutcompression.com) for multiple choices like open toe, cotton, padded feet, and some inelastic compression wraps to treat all the patients needs.

Vein patients like diabetics need treatment and long term follow up!

We can help: 480-775-8460    Scottsdale and Tempe locations to serve.

 

 

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