Vein and Vascular Treatments for Grandparents on the Go

Vein and Vascular Treatments for Grandparents on the Go

With lots of memories to make, don’t let anything stop you from enjoying time with your grandkids. Especially painful varicose veins. Many people, particularly middle-aged and older, experience large bulging veins in the legs that can cause many different types of symptoms. Varicose veins can cause pain, itching, swelling, burning, leg heaviness or tiredness and skin discoloration. Symptoms typically worsen throughout the day and are partially relieved by elevation or wearing compression socks.

Vein and vascular treatments

Discover the ground-breaking solutions in the field of vein and vascular treatments, which have transformed the management of circulatory issues. These innovative treatments efficiently tackle vein and artery problems that hinder blood flow, alleviating health complications. Explore the advancements and benefits of these cutting-edge techniques for a healthier circulatory system.

Sclerotherapy is a popular treatment option, wherein a solution is injected directly into affected veins to induce collapse and fade away over time. This procedure is particularly effective for treating spider veins and smaller varicose veins. Another commonly performed procedure is endovenous laser therapy (EVLT), which utilizes laser energy to close diseased veins. This minimally invasive treatment significantly reduces discomfort and recovery time.

Cause Discomfort

Sometimes, varicose veins clot and become painful, hot, hard and discolored. While some clots may resolve themselves, clots in deep veins are dangerous because they can travel to the heart or lung and require prompt treatment with blood thinners.

These unsightly veins can not only cause discomfort but also affect your self-confidence and impact your ability to enjoy outdoor activities and attend special occasions with your loved ones. Don’t let varicose veins hold you back from living life to the fullest.

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Experience quick and convenient medical procedures at IBI Healthcare Institute. Our same-day, in-office services ensure that you can get back on your feet and resume your daily activities in no time.

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Dr. A. Christopher Ibikunle MD FACS
Dr A. Christopher Ibikunle (MD, FACS) is a distinguished surgeon with a rich academic and clinical background. After completing his residency at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, he served as an Active Staff and Assistant Professor of Surgery. Currently, he is a Professor of Surgery at Augusta University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership and a Lead Preceptor for several institutions, including Morehouse University and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Chris is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, committed to advancing surgery and patient care.
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