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Tag: sclerotherapy

Why You Should Consider Varicose and Spider Vein Treatment

Every person has blood vessels throughout their body. They are essential—they help transport blood to and from our hearts while delivering nutrients, hormones, and medications to organs, muscles, and tissues. Although we all have veins and very much need them to help transport blood throughout our body, they can become unsightly and unhealthy for those […]

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Sclerotherapy: Treating Deep Refluxing Veins

If you’ve been suffering from varicose veins, it is recommended to consider sclerotherapy. Sclerotherapy is a procedure that involves injecting chemicals, known as sclerosing agents, into damaged veins. In addition to diminishing the appearance of varicose veins, it is also intended to help reduce the pain or side effects caused by this condition. Some of […]

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The Types of Vein Treatment We Offer at El Paso Varicose Vein Laser Clinic

Varicose veins can be an unsightly, painful nuisance and yet, many people deal with them every day. Luckily, there are numerous vein treatment options available that can help reduce the number of varicose veins you have in your legs. El Paso Varicose Vein Laser Clinic offers various treatments that can help you look and feel […]

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Vein Care Treatments

Varicose veins and the associated pain are not issues you have to live with. There are several very effective treatment options available. If you suffer from the painful symptoms of varicose veins, you know all too well the strain it can put on your life. While they may be considered cosmetic for some, they are […]

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How Can I Get My Varicose Veins Removed?

Sometimes they’re inevitable, a curse of your family’s genes. Varicose veins seem to creep up out of nowhere, but they are actually caused by many things, such as pregnancy, obesity, sitting for long periods of time, and, of course, family genetics. They also usually appear as we get older, starting off as smaller veins before […]

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