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Venous Insufficiency Treatment in Atlanta, GA

Venous Insufficiency

Welcome to the Vein Center at Johns Creek, located in Johns Creek, GA. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive care for venous insufficiency, a condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Our medical focus goes beyond aesthetics to address the underlying causes of venous disease.

At the Vein Center at Johns Creek, our mission is simple: to help you take your life back. We understand that living with venous insufficiency can significantly impact your daily activities and overall well-being. That's why we are committed to serving everyday people like you, offering effective treatments and personalized care.

Alongside our commitment to treatment, we are passionate about promoting awareness and prevention of venous disease. Our team of experienced specialists takes a non-surgical or minimally invasive approach whenever possible, utilizing advanced techniques to provide relief without the need for invasive procedures.

Ready to find relief with the top vein specialist Johns Creek, GA has to offer? Trust the Vein Center at Johns Creek to provide compassionate care and effective solutions for venous insufficiency.

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2 Lee A. U.S. Markets for Varicose Vein Treatment Devices 2011. RPUS11VR11. Toronto, Ontario. Millennium Research Group. June 2011.

The vast majority of patients with CVI remain undiagnosed and untreated. It is estimated that people live with CVI for up to 35 years before seeking treatment.

Venous Disease Treatment at Johns Creek, GA

Venous Insufficiency Diagnosis & Treatment

Venous insufficiency is a condition that occurs when the veins in the legs fail to properly transport blood back to the heart. This can lead to a range of symptoms and discomfort.

Diagnosing and treating venous insufficiency begins with a comprehensive evaluation of your medical history and lifestyle. At Johns Creek Vein, we understand that each patient is unique; our team of experienced vascular specialists take the time to listen to you and provide personalized recommendations for treatment.

In addition to a complete medical history and physical examination, diagnostic procedures for venous insufficiency may include:

  • Duplex Ultrasound: A type of vascular ultrasound procedure to assess blood flow and the structure of leg veins. The term “duplex” refers to the fact that two modes of ultrasound are used — Doppler and B-mode. The B-mode transducer (like a microphone) obtains an image of the vessel being studied. The Doppler probe within the transducer evaluates the velocity and direction of blood flow in the vessel.

Venous insufficiency treatment may include lifestyle changes, such as regular exercise, elevating the legs, and keeping the legs uncrossed when sitting. Other interventions we provide include:

  • Compression stockings: These specially designed stockings apply gentle pressure to the legs, improving blood flow and reducing swelling. They are available in various compression levels and can be easily worn throughout the day.

In serious cases or when conservative treatments fail to provide relief, more advanced interventions may be required. It is important to consult with a vein specialist to determine the most appropriate treatment plan based on your specific condition and symptoms. With timely intervention and the right treatment approach, venous insufficiency can be effectively managed, allowing you to regain comfort and improve your quality of life.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some of the most typical venous insufficiency causes?

Venous insufficiency can be caused by a variety of conditions and factors, including:

  • High blood pressure in the leg veins over a long period of time
  • Sitting or standing for prolonged periods
  • Lack of exercise
  • Smoking
  • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
  • Phlebitis (swelling and inflammation of a superficial vein, usually in the legs)

What do venous insufficiency symptoms look and feel like?

Recognizing the signs of venous insufficiency is crucial for timely intervention and effective treatment. Some of the most recognizable symptoms of venous insufficiency include:

  • Swelling in legs and/or ankles
  • Tight feeling calves or itchy painful legs
  • Pain during walking that stops with rest
  • Discolored skin, particularly near the ankles
  • Varicose veins
  • Leg ulcers that are sometimes very resistant to treatment

Are treatments for venous insufficiency usually covered by insurance?

Coverage for venous insufficiency treatments may vary depending on your insurance plan and specific circumstances. It is advisable to consult with your insurance provider to understand your coverage and any potential out-of-pocket costs, and we’re happy to help you navigate this process as much as possible.

How can I get started with the best venous insufficiency doctors near me?

If you’re ready to take your life back and get the peace of mind you deserve, the Vein Center at Johns Creek is here to help you. Click the button below to contact us online, or give our office a call at (470) 326-0075​. We look forward to meeting you.

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