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Varicose veins affect you more than cosmetically. While they are obviously unsightly bulges on the legs or arms, they may also throb and ache. Varicose veins can indicate problems with blood flow that could lead to more complications. To get the best treatment for varicose veins, call to schedule an appointment at the Vein Care Center, with offices in New York City and New Jersey. Don't wait to call for a vein consultation.

What Are Varicose Veins?
When your veins have faulty valves, varicose veins develop in your superficial or surface veins. This is a knot of bulging, twisted or swollen veins. The faulty valve problem can happen anywhere in the arms or legs, but it is most common in the lower legs. About 23 percent of U.S. adults have varicose veins, with women being the most at risk.

The veins in the body return deoxygenated blood back to the heart and lungs. This blood flows into the veins from capillaries. To maintain the flow of blood in one direction, veins have valves that function to keep blood flowing back towards the heart. With damaged valves, blood can pool in certain areas, causing varicose veins.

If you notice a knot of purple veins on your legs, get a vein consultation from the vein specialists at the Vein Care Center in New York City and throughout New Jersey. The vein doctors in NYC, led by Dr. Jonathan Arad, use the latest medical approaches for varicose vein treatment.

Vein Care Center
41 5th Ave, 1ABV
New York, NY 10003
(212) 242-8164

Nearby Locations:
Union Square | Peter Cooper Village | Ukrainian Village | Noho | Greenwich Village
10003 | 10009, 10010 | 10012 | 10014

Working Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9am - 6pm
Payment: cash, check, credit cards.

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