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Palm Beach Vein Treatment Center Medicus Veincare on the Effects of Varicose Vein Removal

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Varicose veins can cause of number of issues. Luckily, they can be effectively treated, and here, the experts from Medicus Veincare talk about some of the remarkable effects of varicose vein removal.

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WEST PALM BEACH, FL, June 02, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Varicose veins are caused by weakened valves in the veins, resulting in blood pooling in the veins, giving the appearance of twisted, enlarged and bulging veins. While not all varicose veins are painful or debilitating, they can be associated with a number of symptoms, such as cramps, aches, swelling and itching around the affected area. These symptoms commonly worsen as the day progresses or after extended periods of sitting or standing. In severe cases, dermatitis and ulcers may occur around the affected vein.

Although varicose veins can affect anyone, they are most commonly observed in those with a genetic predisposition.

What Can You Expect From Varicose Vein Removal?

Varicose veins will not go away if they are left untreated and may worsen over time. Thus, if you are bothered by the appearance of your veins or from the associated pain or discomfort, contact a vein removal expert today.

After the treatment, which may consist of either sclerotherapy, endovenous laser vein ablation, or minimally invasive micro phlebectomy, you can generally expect immediate results. Not only will the vein no longer be visible or cause cosmetic disturbances; any cramps, aches, swelling or itching caused by the varicose vein will go away as well, and you will be able to resume your daily activities immediately after the procedure.

"In addition to cosmetic issues, varicose veins can cause numerous other problems, and these can all be reduced or resolved by removing the diseased veins," explains Dr. Steven Tidwell M.D. of Medicus Veincare. "Our success rates are close to 100 percent, and we will help you find the vein removal technique that is best suited to your individual needs."

For more information about the different vein procedures available, amazing before-and-after photos, patient testimonies and to learn more about Medicus Veincare, please visit http://medicusveincare.com/

About Medicus Veincare:

Medicus Veincare is an established medical practice in Jupiter, Fla., that offers cutting-edge endovascular vein treatments and esthetic services. The knowledgeable specialists at Medicus Veincare provide a comprehensive
approach to patient wellness by using their unique expertise to diagnose and treat even the most difficult vein conditions. Their goal is to find long-term solutions for every patient with minimal discomfort and recovery time.

For more information, please visit www.medicusveincare.com.

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