Posts tagged with "veins"



Summer is Almost Over · 26. August 2017
Everyone wants to have great looking legs come summer time. It is best to start vein treatment before the season starts. Vein treatment is a process if performed correctly and results usually take 3-6 months.
IDK about Vein Disease · 26. August 2017
Chronic venous disease is out of the scope of practice of most primary care providers. For this reason many patients are given poor or no advice as to treatment or diagnosis.
Poor Medical Advice · 02. June 2016
You’ve heard it before…maybe even from your doctor ”varicose veins a cosmetic issue, you do not need treatment, it can make it worse”. Please read this next sentence very carefully and slowly.
Many runners develop varicose veins. The veins bulge after a long run and there are obvious signs of medical vein disease, yet runners often don't complain of symptoms. The symptoms rush on the stage when they have an injury or stop due to other reasons.
VenaSeal in Atlanta has only been performed by the top vein specialists. Dr. Paul Feldman of Truffles Vein Specialists is one of the few in the south to have been selected to perform this state of the art procedure at his Fayetteville, Georgia location.
VenaSeal Treatment Atlanta · 17. May 2016
You will find that many vein providers advertise the new VenaSeal procedure, however there are only two physicians in the Atlanta area who have actually performed the treatment. Dr. Ricotta in Roswell, Georgia and Dr. Feldman in Fayetteville, Georgia are the only vein doctors to actually perform the procedure at the time of this publication. For those on the south side, who prefer to avoid the task of navigating Atlanta traffic, Dr. Paul Feldman at Truffles Vein Specialists is now offering the...
Fake News · 16. May 2016
Natural treatments for varicose veins can be found all over the internet. As a vein specialist, I am astonished at the naivety of the general public when it comes to this condition. It is hard for me to remember a time when I didn’t understand venous anatomy and physiology.