Varicose Veins

Your veins play a crucial role in transporting oxygen-rich blood throughout your body. When issues with these vessels arise, you are left vulnerable to a plethora of complications. Although not life-threatening, one of the most common such complications is varicose veins. Fortunately, our team at Renew Vein Centers is well versed in the diagnosing and treatment of this.

Symptoms To Watch For 

Varicose veins occur when blood either pools in your legs, or begins to flow back towards your legs. In either case, the veins are not functioning properly, leading to damage and disfiguration. If you begin to deal with any of the below symptoms, consider reaching out to schedule an appointment for care:

  • Having aching or feelings of heaviness in your legs.
  • Burning, throbbing, swelling, or cramping in your legs.
  • Skin discoloration.
  • Veins that are bulging, and appear to be dark blue or purple.
  • Veins that are twisting and appear to be cord-like.


When you’re ready to rid yourself of varicose veins once and for all, our team at Renew Vein Centers should be your first call. Our experts are well versed in treating this condition and can get your legs back to normal in little to no time at all. While each case will be different, below are some examples of how varicose veins can be treated:

  • Lifestyle changes: Sometimes medical intervention is not needed to treat varicose veins. Things such as losing weight, not wearing tight clothing, and elevating your legs when possible are enough to resolve the issue at hand.
  • Compression stockings: Another treatment method that can prove to be beneficial is the use of compression stockings. By wearing compression stockings all day, it will help to keep blood flowing throughout your legs without the risk of pooling.
  • Sclerotherapy: This procedure involves the use of solutions and foams that are injected directly into the veins. These injections work to help fade the varicose veins, restoring your leg to normal.

Get rid of Varicose Veins today! Get in touch with us.