Pain: Achy, sore legs, particularly behind knees. Might have muscle cramps.
Skin Changes: Dry, itchy, or thin skin over the affected vein. In severe cases, discoloration or hardening.
According to recent research, approximately 1 out of 3 people living in the U.S suffers from Varicose Veins.
Color changes: Varicose veins can cause the skin around them to become discolored, often appearing brownish or reddish. This is due to inflammation and the breakdown of blood cells within the vein. In severe cases, the skin might even develop a hardened, almost leathery texture.
Visible Veins: Bulging, twisted, blue or purple veins, often on legs, ankles, and feet. They might look rope-like or cluster together.
Heavy Legs: Muscles feel tired, sluggish, or weighed down, especially after standing or activity.
Discomfort: Itching, burning, or aching sensation around the affected veins.
Swelling: Ankles, feet, and even legs can swell, sometimes throbbing or feeling tight.
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Radiofrequency ablation is a minimally invasive technique to treat varicose veins. During RFA treatment, your doctor will use radiofrequency energy to heat and damage a vein's wall, which will close off the varicose vein. The vein will be absorbed in the tissue, and blood will be diverted to nearby healthy veins.
Benefits Of Radiofrequency Ablation
Varicose Veins Symptoms
-No Down Time
Varicose Veins Treatment
-Leg Pain Relief