The Next Steps When You’re Ready for Covington Vein Treatment

They’re ugly, they’re uncomfortable, and without help they’ll just keep getting worse. Varicose veins are anything but fun, but for many people they’re simply a part of life. A part of life, that is, until swelling and pain make living with varicose veins unbearable.

Maybe you’ve gotten sick of the way varicose veins make your legs look, or maybe you’re ready to stop feeling tired, swollen, and uncomfortable all of the time. Whatever your reasons for seeking out Covington vein treatment, we’re happy to hear that you’re taking a step to improve your health. Here’s what to do next.

The next steps once you’re ready to do something about your varicose veins

When you’re ready to do something about your varicose veins, your next step is to find someone who can help you determine exactly what caused them in the first place. The best vein doctors in Covington are equipped with the education, experience, and tools necessary to better understand the state of your veins’ health.

When you visit with a vein doctor (including Dr. Randall S. Juleff), you’ll spend some time going over your health history, your family history, and your lifestyle. You’ll also have several painless, non-invasive tests done that will help your doctor better understand how your veins are functioning. Armed with this information, your doctor will diagnose the root cause of your varicose veins.

The most common cause of varices is venous insufficiency, a condition in which veins are no longer able to effectively move blood out of the extremities and back to the heart. Instead, blood gives in to gravity and pools downward, causing backpressure that leads to bulging varicose veins.

The best vein doctors in Louisiana can help you correct the underlying condition that caused your varicose veins through a combination of conservative and minimally invasive treatments. For many of our patients at La Bella Vita Laser and Vein Center, the first step towards healthier veins involves making lifestyle changes that support healthy vascular function. Dr. Juleff will work with you to identify areas in which changes can be made to improve your vein health, including managing your weight, exercising regularly, and making changes in your occupational habits.

Some patients find that conservative treatments are enough to manage vein disease symptoms and to keep new varicose veins from forming. For other patients, however, another step is necessary. If you and your doctor decide that more needs to be done, taking advantage of minimally invasive vein treatments can help you find the relief you need.

Using minimally invasive treatments to get rid of varicose veins

Minimally invasive treatments, such as sclerotherapy, endovenous laser treatment, and phlebectomy, improve circulation and reduce the impact of diseased veins. This helps to lessen or eliminate the appearance of varicose and spider veins, as well as relieve bothersome symptoms. One of the many advantages of minimally invasive treatment is that it doesn’t require the risk associated with more invasive procedures (such as vein stripping), allowing you to enjoy healthier veins without general anesthesia or a lengthy recovery period.

Getting rid of varicose veins in New Orleans doesn’t have to be a difficult or uncomfortable process. In fact, if the next step you take after you decide to do something about your vein disease is to call us or go online, you might be surprised to find how easy it is to restore your veins to their previous health.

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