Macon varicose veins (or spider veins) are swollen, ropey, gnarled veins that can cause throbbing pain, severe swelling, and heavy tired legs.
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VIRA has More Vein Treaments: Both Laser and RadiofrequencyVIRA physicians are the only Central Georgia practitioners with the latest Laser Vein Therapy, which uses a small laser on a tube inserted into the vein, and generally reduces pain and bruising. Additionally our doctors often opt for the agile radio-frequency ablation, described below, to heat and close the diseased vein for great results. The good news is that VIRA physicians have a choice of treatments to ensure that YOUR vein treatment will give YOU the best results. Additionally schlerotherapy is usually included (and covered by insurance) to ensure the great results are long-lasting.Macon Varicose VeinsVaricose veins before and after treatmentVaricose veins before and after treatmentVaricose veins (or spider veins) are swollen, ropey, gnarled veins that can cause throbbing pain, severe swelling, and heavy tired legs. This medical disorder affects 25 million Americans including one-half of all people over the age of 50 and two-thirds of all women over 60. Most of these people have suffered with varicose veins for decades.Heredity is the major factor in varicose veins. If your parents or siblings have had varicose veins, then you are more likely to develop them. People who are obese or women with multiple pregnancies are particularly susceptible because the extra weight puts strain on the veins. Women are more prone to develop varicose veins than men, in part because female hormones tend to relax vein walls and contribute to development of venous reflux..