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With several treatment options available, it is important to make an informed decision about vein treatment. The board-certified vascular doctors at Empire Vein Specialists can advise which options are best for your needs.

At Empire Vein Specialists, your treatment plan for spider or varicose veins is as individual as you. We also conduct a review to provide information including insurance coverage, pricing, and any out-of-pocket expenses.

While you can’t change the genetic factors that make you prone to varicose veins, there are proven actions you can take that will keep existing varicose veins from worsening and possibly even forestall their appearance.

The most familiar type of varicose veins is those which appear as bluish, twisted veins bulging out beneath the skin of the legs. While these highly visible vessels are the most common, it is possible to have varicose veins that do not present in this manner. The pain and risks associated with these less visible veins are still serious issues.

There are a variety of symptoms related to varicose veins. While the appearance of bulging, twisted, and bluish veins at the skin’s surface is the most recognized, it is possible to have varicose veins without this visible feature. That is why it is important to be on the lookout for other possible symptoms, such as low energy, leg pain, or lower limb heaviness.