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Venous Insufficiency Treatment in Tulsa

How do I know if I have Venous Insufficency?

If you suffer from painful, tired, achy legs, you may have venous insufficiency. Venous insufficiency happens when blood flow is restricted or deficient. Usually, the valves in the vein have been impaired or damaged. This prevents them from being able to send blood back to the heart. Since blood can not travel back to the heart, a pooling of blood in the legs occurs.

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  • Varicose veins
  • Swelling in the legs and ankles
  • Leg cramps or pain
  • Aching legs
  • Itchiness
  • Leg ulcers or wounds on the skin
  • Skin Flakes
  • Restless legs

What are the risk factors?

  • Smoking
  • Genetics
  • Family History
  • Body weight
  • Sedentary Occupation 
  • Pregnancy
  • Previous Medical history

Venous Insufficiency Is Serious

If you have symptoms, you should see the Tulsa Vein Clinic immediately. As with many vein issues, the disease is progressive and worsens as you age.

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Venous Insufficiency Treatment that Works

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At the Vein Treatment Clinic in Tulsa, we offer a wide range of treatments and procedures for venous insufficiency. Depending on the specific needs and concerns of the individual, we may recommend a combination of treatments.

Your vein specialists can provide a personalized recommendation at your first consultation.

Your treatment for chronic venous insufficiency may include the following:

Lifestyle changes
Your vein specialist will usually recommend lifestyle changes as the first method of treatment. These lifestyle changes may include leg elevation as prescribed throughout the day to help reduce pressure on the legs. Exercise such as walking as well as foot and ankle flexes to increase blood flow in your leg veins. And weight management because extra weight can put pressure on your veins and cause damage to your valves.

Compression Therapy
Compression therapy may help to ease swelling and leg discomfort. If compression socks or stockings do not help, your provider may prescribe intermittent pneumatic compression–inflatable sleeves you wear on your legs that help blood flow through your veins.

Medications to treat CVI may vary, including antibiotics, anticoagulants, and Unna boots (medicated wraps).

Outpatient Procedures for Venous Insufficiency

  • RF Ablation
  • VenaSeal Closure Procedure

You don’t have to suffer in silence any longer. Vein disease is a common and well-understood condition. But venous insufficiency can be diagnosed quickly and easily and managed with effective treatments with little to no downtime.

If you have tired, aching legs and unsightly veins you need to schedule an appointment with the Vein Treatment Clinic of Tulsa. 

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Don’t suffer any longer!

If you have venous insufficiency symptoms, you should see the Tulsa Vein Clinic immediately. If left untreated, your condition could develop blood clots, skin ulcers, and painful wounds.

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