Maybe you have bulging, throbbing varicose veins on your legs. Perhaps you have restless legs at night. Are you bothered by cramping, burning or itching of the skin? Do you have leg or ankle swelling?
Ever have a “heavy” feeling in your legs? Do your legs feel achy after prolonged periods of sitting or standing? Do you see skin discoloration or texture changes? Do you have open wounds or sores near your ankles? Or do you have any blue-red spider veins on your legs?
In addition, has anyone in your family been diagnosed with vein disease? Have you tried other methods of treatment with little or no relief of your symptoms or reoccurrence?
If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, you may have venous insufficiency, also known as progressive vein disease. This medical condition typically gets worse over time and can lead to more serious issues later on.
So if you think you have vein disease, usually accompanied by varicose veins or spider veins, you should call Calcagno & Rossi Vein Treatment Center today to schedule an appointment with one of our double board-certified vein specialists, Dr. David Calcagno or Dr. John Rossi.
During your appointment, our vein experts can determine whether or not you have venous insufficiency. If so, you may be a candidate for the VNUS Closure® procedure or the VenaSeal Closure System to treat your varicose veins.
To schedule a formal venous evaluation with one of our specialists, please contact our Mechanicsburg office today at 717-921-1412. There’s a customized treatment option for you — and most varicose vein procedures are covered by your insurance.