Deep Varicose Veins Treatment
Deep Vein Thrombosis, also called a DVT, is a blood clot that forms in a deep vein. The cause of a DVT is the result of injured veins with valves that stopped working. As a result of this, the vein cannot apply necessary pressure to push the blood back up to the heart and thus creates a clutter of blood known as a DVT. These blood clots are dangerous because they can travel to the lungs and cause a life-threatening condition called pulmonary embolism.
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You may feel pain discomfort throughout your leg that usually begins around the calf area
The skin around and over the DVT area might feel warmer
Swelling can occur in the leg, ankle, foot and calf
You may find discoloration of skin over the area of the DVT. Colors of the skin can be pale, reddish or blueish colors
You may feel discomfort and cramping in the affected leg starting from your calf
Risk Factors and Prevention
- Non-Active Muscles
- Past Vein Injuries
- Post-thrombotic Syndrome
- Avoid Smoking
- Deep Varicose Vein Treatment via ELVT or RFA
- Medication for Blood Thinning
- Compression Therapy
Treatments and Therapies
Whether it is a deep varicose vein treatment or compression therapy, our Vein Specialist will recommend you the best treatment based on your needs. Schedule a free consultation now!