Ways to Cure Varicose Veins

Ways to Cure Varicose Veins

The National Institutes of Health estimate that almost 60% of men and women suffer from unsightly bulging and painful varicose veins in the legs. You can easily get rid of your varicose vein problem by contacting Dr. Ryan Jones. His success rate of varicose vein treatment in Arizona is high.

Valves in your veins keep blood from running backward away from your heart, but when they fail your veins stretch, slowly leak into tissues, and cause swelling. Varicose veins are the result when the valves in your blood veins fail or become flabby and loose

You have the purple snake effect, and your varicose veins cramp or throb at night or after activities. Blood pools in your legs and causes your legs to feel heavy and leaden. Clear fluid from the loose and expanded vessels seep into tissues, and you experience chocked off circulation to the skin that can cause a rash or a painful ulcer. Varicose veins are unpleasant. They are not dangerous, and treatment for varicose veins is out-patients, efficient, and successful.

It’s not known why purple snake-like leg art happens, but it might a genetic tendency toward weak vein values, hormones, puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. Standing for long periods and obesity can also cause unsightly veins in your legs. Taking birth control pills, progesterone, or estrogen supplements, can weaken your vein valves and change the circulation in your legs.

Varicose vein treatment in Arizona includes using ultrasound to look at the circulatory system of the leg. A two-dimensional picture can help doctors, like Dr. Ryan Jones in Arizona, determine the exact vein affected and what treatment is best to use.

Treatment sometimes includes a flexible metal rod inserted into the vein at a groin incision, passed through the vein and taken out at the other end. A metal cap is often screwed on, and the rod pulled back through the leg stripping the vein out through the groin incision. The circulatory system takes over, and the purple wormy mass eventually disappears.

This method of stripping varicose veins is still done, but varicose vein treatment in Arizona also includes a thin catheter inserted into the affected vein. Radio waves then heat the whole inside of the vein, radio waves shrink the collagen in the blood vessel wall, and the wall collapses. Within six to eight weeks the vein is reabsorbed.  Anesthesia is used to make the procedure painless, and scarring is almost invisible.

Lasers can also get rid of varicose veins. Lasers send bursts of concentrated light into the vein, and the vein collapses. There is discomfort, but the doctor quickly cools off the skin.

Varicose vein treatment in Arizona may also include a technique call foam sclerotherapy. An emulsifier is agitated with air, turned into a foam and injected into the vein having problems. This foam gradually causes the walls to swell and stick together. Veins sticking together blocks off the vein, and soon the venous system takes over blood flow.

Another technique is ambulatory phlebotomy. A vein is extracted with a crochet-hook-like device. Its quick and there is no waiting for the vein to re-absorb. People often prefer this technique rather wait for the vein to reabsorb.

Prevention of Varicose Veins

The best ways to prevent varicose veins include:

  •    Try not to stand for long periods.
  •    Avoid sitting with your legs crossed. Crossing your leg pressures your veins.
  •    Put your legs up when resting.
  •    Get up and walk around every hour when you sit for long periods.

Wear support hose. You may not want to wear these dreaded socks, but you can find fun colors and patterns at some medical supply houses.

Causes for Bulging Veins

Causes for Bulging Veins

Causes of bulging veins can be varicose veins that are blue or dark purple and appear near to the surface of your skin. Bulges often form on the legs and feet but can occur anywhere. You may experience bulging varicose veins after you have been standing or sitting for long periods. Varicose veins treatment in Arizona will help get rid of these types of bulging veins.

Venous insufficiency can cause protruding veins. Inside your veins is a series of valves that prevent blood from flowing backward. If these valves are not working correctly and your veins have weakened, blood will pool inside the vein. The result is a visible bulging vein.

Pregnancy is a risk factor for swollen veins. When you are pregnant pressure on the veins increases and makes it hard for blood to flow back to the heart. The total volume of blood in your body is more significant during pregnancy, and this leads to bulging varicose veins.

Vein walls have muscles that help keep the blood flowing back to the heart. As you age, the walls of your veins grow weaker, and blood pools in one place. This pooling blood causes distended veins.
Blood clots that form deep inside veins are called thrombophlebitis. This type of blood clot usually happens in your leg, but it can also develop in your arm or neck veins. Thrombophlebitis affects deep veins, and you are at risk for a pulmonary embolism if you have a blood clot deep inside a vein.

5 Treatments for Bulging Veins

There are several varicose vein treatments in Arizona. Once your condition has been identified, Dr. Ryan Jones in Arizona will help you choose the best treatment. You don’t have to worry so much about bulging veins during pregnancy; these usually disappear three months to a year after delivery.

• Lifestyle Changes. You can reduce the severity of varicose and bulging veins by eating healthy, watching your weight, exercising, and avoiding standing and sitting for long periods. Put your feet up frequently or use a footrest when you sit.

• Compression stockings help your veins and muscles move blood back to the heart. Compression stockings work by applying constant pressure to your legs. You can purchase compression stocking at medical supply stores and pharmacies.

• Sclerotherapy is a procedure that will help with bulging veins. Dr. Ryan Jones of Arizona injects your veins with a special solution. This solution helps the veins to form scar tissue and close. Sclerotherapy is not harmful to your legs since the blood flow reroutes to nearby healthy veins.

• Vein Stripping. During this type of surgery, Dr. Ryan Jones of Arizona removes the varicose veins via several small incisions in your skin. Blood flow will not be affected since the blood is directed to nearby healthy veins. Varicose vein therapy in Arizona is an effective procedure that will leave you with healthy looking legs.

• Ambulatory phlebectomy is almost like vein stripping. Varicose vein treatment in Arizona is done by a doctor making small punctures in your skin and removing the varicose vein through these holes. Ambulatory phlebectomy is done in an outpatient setting.

Bulging veins may be a cosmetic problem, or medical conditions can cause protruding veins. Watch for symptoms of shortness of breath, chest pains and ulcers near your veins. These symptoms could be signs of serious health problems. Contact Dr. Ryan Jones in Phoenix if you experience bulging veins in combination with these symptoms, or if you are anxious to have bulging veins reduced.

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Treatments that cures vein problems –

Ever had a swelling in your legs and ankles that lasts longer, pain that gets worse when you stand and gets better when you raise your legs, leg cramps, aching, throbbing, or a feeling of heaviness in your legs, itchy legs, weak legs, thickening of the skin on your legs or ankles? Maybe it’s time to visit a specialist before it’s too late.


Effectively treats varicose and spider veins. It’s often considered the treatment of choice for small varicose veins. Sclerotherapy involves injecting a solution directly into the vein. The sclerotherapy solution causes the vein to scar, forcing blood to reroute through healthier veins. Sclerotherapy doesn’t require anesthesia and can be done in your doctor’s office. The solution normally used for this procedure is called sodium tetradecyl sulfate (STD) and is available in different concentrations depending on the size of the vein being treated.


Foam sclerotherapy:

Foam sclerotherapy, also known as ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy, is a technique for eliminating varicose veins, particularly larger ones. The treatment performed by injecting varicose veins with foam that causes the veins to scar inside, so that they eventually harden, close up, and disappear.


Laser surgeries:

A new technology in laser treatment to close off smaller varicose veins and spider veins. Laser surgery works by sending strong bursts of light onto the vein, which makes the vein slowly fade and disappear.


Catheter method:

The treatment includes inserting a tube into an enlarged vein and heating the tip of the catheter. Heating is done using radiofrequency or laser. The catheter is pulled out and the heat destroys the vein. This method is preferred for larger varicose veins.


High ligation and vein stripping:

This method a vein is tied off and removed to avoid it from joining the deeper vein through small incisions.


Ambulatory phlebectomy:

Ambulatory phlebectomy is an outpatient procedure developed by dermatologic surgeons that remove superficial veins through small, slit-like incisions in the skin.

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Spider Veins Treatment

Spider Veins Treatment

Spider veins are thin red lines or web-like networks of blood vessels that appear on your legs, thighs, and feet. Spider veins are generally harmless, but they can sometimes cause aching, pain or a burning sensation when you’ve been standing for long periods.

Causes of spider veins can be attributed to many factors including heredity, occupations or activities that require sitting or standing for a long time. Pregnancy, hormonal shifts or weight fluctuations can also cause spider veins.

If you are bothered by the appearance of spider veins, you are probably a good candidate to have these veins removed. You do need to have a positive outlook and realistic goals for your spider vein treatment and be committed to following the best course of treatment.

Unfortunately, most insurance plans will not cover spider vein treatment or any related compilations. Check out your insurance policy, however, to make sure. You might find a clause in your policy allowing you so many treatments.

When you go for your consultation make sure you list any problems you have had in the area to be treated, any surgical procedures that have been performed near the area in question, give a list of current medications, vitamins, alcohol, tobacco or drug use, and any medical conditions.

Your surgeon will also evaluate your general health, examine your veins, discuss the outcome of spider vein treatment, and recommend a course of treatment.

Make sure you understand the risks involved. Risks can include swelling and bruising, change in skin sensation, infections, ulceration, scarring or persistent pain. Most side effects are unusual – spider vein treatment is generally safe and will leave your legs looking gorgeous.

Procedures used in spider vein therapy are:

  • Sclerotherapy or a procedure where your doctor inject the veins with a solution that scars and closes the veins. This procedure causes the blood to reroute through healthier veins. It may take a few weeks, but this spider vein treatment will cause your unsightly spider veins to fade. Sclerotherapy can be done in Dr. Ryan Jones, Arizona, Vein Envy office. Once you have had the procedure done, you may experience side effects of itching, swelling, and skin color changes in the treated area. These side effects fade over time.
  • Laser surgery sends an intense burst of light into the vein. It causes the vein to fade and disappear slowly. No needles or incisions are used. Laser surgery is less effective than sclerotherapy if you have unsightly veins that are larger than normal spider veins. With laser surgery, you may experience side effects of redness, itching, swelling, bruising and permanent skin tone changes on the areas that have undergone spider veins treatment. Again, side effects may not happen to you if you follow your surgeons instructions for healing.

Note that spider vein treatment is effective, and blood vessels fade over time, but veins may not disappear completely. You need to follow instructions during recovery, and your doctor may suggest support hose to help you heal. Treated sites can appear bruised, and there may be some cramping in your legs for a day or two. This discomfort is temporary and doesn’t require any special medication. Alert!  Be aware that new spider veins can develop later in the same area you just had treated.


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