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Vein Treatment Options

There are many treatment options when treating vein disorders. They range from simple changes in lifestyle to effective, non-invasive, in-office procedures.

Lifestyle Changes to Help Prevent Varicose Veins

Changes in your everyday habits and routines can help prevent the formation of varicose veins. Below are a few suggestions:

  • Avoid regularly wearing high heels. They limit the use of the calf muscles.
  • Avoid restrictive clothing that limits blood flow in the groin or calf muscles.
  • Avoid prolonged sitting or standing.
  • Take time each day to elevate your legs or take a walk. This will stimulate blood flow in your legs and help prevent valve failure.

Relief From Leg Pain Caused By Your Veins – Compression Hose:

Although compression hose does not treat the cause of vein disorders, they often provide relief from symptoms by preventing blood from pooling in the large veins and helping overall circulation. Compression hose also increase the long-term effectiveness of all vein treatments and are often used as an adjunct to treatments. Multiple sizes and styles are available here at the Utah Vein Treatment Center…Send us a note, or call and we’ll be happy to help.