1. The Importance of Treating Varicose Veins

    Varicose veins are usually viewed as an unsightly skin imperfections. While most people agree that the blue and purple veins are unwanted, many varicose vein sufferers leave them untreated which can lead to serious medical conditions. The vein clinics in Dearborn and Brownstown urge patients to seek varicose vein treatment as early as possible. In …Read More

  2. Staying Active To Prevent Varicose Veins

    They say that prevention is the best cure. That saying is especially true when it comes to treating varicose veins. As we’ve discussed in previous blogs, varicose veins develop generally because of the lack of blood circulation. Many factors can contribute to an inefficient blood flow, such as:   Inactivity and sitting for a prolonged period…Read More

  3. Signs & Symptoms of Peripheral Vascular Disease

    The two most common vascular diseases that people are well aware of are varicose veins and spider veins. But another vascular disease that not many people are familiar with is peripheral vascular disease (PVD). At Venocure, the vein clinics in Dearborn and Brownstown, we treat troublesome vein conditions like varicose veins and spider veins, as wel…Read More

  4. Common Myths About Varicose Veins

    There are plenty of physical ailments and conditions like varicose veins that many Americans attempt to cure or prevent on their own. While we can appreciate people who want to take measures into their own hands, many people attempt to relieve themselves of pain and discomfort based on inaccurate information. The vein doctors in Brownstown and Dear…Read More

  5. Heart Disease Treatments

    If you have recently been diagnosed with a heart disease, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with the abundance of treatments available. At Venocure, our vein doctors are also board certified in venous and lymphatic disease, and board certified in internal medicine for cardiovascular disease and interventional cardio. This means that our doctors can…Read More

  6. Managing Life With A Heart Disease

    At Venocure, we treat more than just varicose veins and other venous diseases. Our vein doctors in Dearborn and Brownstown aim to provide the best treatment for common heart diseases for both men and women. If you have recently been diagnosed with a cardiovascular disorder, we understand that living with a difficult diagnosis like heart disease is …Read More

  7. What Foods Affect Varicose Veins?

    Did you know that over half of Americans that are over the age of 50 are affected by varicose veins? While most people with varicose veins, and even spider veins, may never have any serious health issues as a result of varicose veins, if they are left untreated and the affected person continues to live an unhealthy lifestyle, then varicose veins ca…Read More

  8. Exercising With Varicose Veins: Part Two

    In our last blog, we covered different activities that are encouraged for people who struggle with varicose veins, and a couple that may dampen overall vein health. Lifting weights was an activity in the article that people may want to proceed with caution and consult a doctor at Venocare about, however with proper care, weightlifting can be incorp…Read More

  9. Exercising With Varicose Veins: Part One

    As we’ve mentioned in previous blogs, movement is crucial for preventing varicose veins. Movement gets the blood flowing and increases circulation, so Fibrin — a blood protein — doesn’t have the ability to compound on an injured vein that produces the dark, bulged, and sometimes painful vein. Varicose veins can bear discomfort in the form o…Read More