Medical Review By: Luke Maj, MD, MHA Red/brown patches or visible veins on your legs? It’s tempting to dismiss them as age-related cosmetic concerns, no worse than a few wrinkles on your face or a bald spot on your head. But they may be symptoms of vein disease in the legs — specifically, symptoms
Are your legs ready for an active summer? If you have issues with the veins in your legs, you might not be as ready as you think. Vein issues can be cosmetic, such as spider veins, or an indication of something more serious, which includes varicose veins, leg ulcers, painful swollen veins or blood clots.
Water’s Edge Vein Center specialists are experts in treating vein issues. In fact, our very own Luke Maj, M.D. presented last week at the American Professional Wound Care Association 17th Annual National Clinical Conference in Baltimore on Friday, September 7th. Dr. Maj’s presentation covered the latest developments in “Diagnosing and Treating Chronic Venous Insufficiency.” With
Ronald Bush, MD, FACS, is a board-certified vascular surgeon with 15 years of experience in venous disease. If you have embarrassing spider veins, Dr. Bush offers four effective spider veins treatment: Ohmic thermolysis—A small needle is placed directly into the spider vein and heat energy is used to destroy the vein. Sclerotherapy—An injection of sclerosing