1. How Having a Strong Body is Good for Your Veins

    “Okay, children. Today we’re going to talk about how to take care of your veins.” Vein health is not exactly a topic taught in school. Most of us go most of our lives without more than a few thoughts on the thousands of miles of veins that are in our bodies. It is only when something goes wrong (such as vein disease, varicose veins, or spider…Read More

  2. Fun Facts on Veins

    Veins. An unglamorous job these little guys got stuck with. They carry deoxygenated blood throughout your body. Even their counterpart, arteries, have a more glamorous job: arteries get to carry oxygen throughout your body, giving life. Technically, veins are only taking life.   Yet, without veins you’d be a skeleton. Veins are essential to …Read More

  3. How to Care for Your Veins

    Heart disease. Lung cancer. Kidney failure. Stroke. All common conditions that afflict people that are prominent in the news. Study after study is done to help doctors treat these diseases and other medical conditions. But has anyone ever heard of a study on veins? Ever see that on the nightly news?   Probably not. We here at Venocure in Brown…Read More

  4. The Function of Veins in the Body

    We here at Venocure are in the business of veins. We see veins everyday. We talk about veins. We live and breathe veins. Because we are so familiar with veins, it’s easy for us to forget the patient is not. In this blog post, we’re going back to the basics. What are veins? What do veins do in the body? What happens when they don’t function pr…Read More

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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