October 3, 2015. Paramus, NJ. Chuback Medical Group announces the publication of a new article that discusses the connection between diabetes and vein disease. According to these New Jersey vein experts, it is important for those who have diabetes or are at increased risk of developing it to understand how their diabetes may affect their vein disease.
According to Dr. John Chuback, a top vein doctor in Bergen County, “untreated varicose veins in someone whose circulation has already been compromised by diabetes can lead to serious complications. For example, changes can occur to skin color and texture, making it brittle and more prone to injury. If the skin is broken, leg ulcers may for that resist healing. Diabetes can also lead to nerve damage that can result in feelings of numbness that start in the toes and radiate upwards.”
The vein treatment center in New Jersey hopes that the information it presents in this new article will reach the many people who have type 1 or type 2 diabetes and help them to understand that they need to take special precautions with regard to their vein health. To learn more about vein disease and its relationship with diabetes, visit the center’s website at: www.chubackmedical.com.
Varicose Vein Treatment Options
Abnormal veins, such as varicose and spider veins, affect nearly half of the adult population in the United States. Spider veins are little veins near the skin’s surface that resemble reddish tree branches or spider’s legs. Larger, bulging veins that are more bluish in color are called varicose veins. Varicose veins affect both men and women, but they occur more frequently in women.
There are many choices today for effectively treating varicose veins. Advances in medical technology have led to alternative treatments to surgery that are fast, virtually pain-free, and require little to no recovery time. Endovenous laser treatment, sclerotherapy, microphlebectomy, and radio frequency ablation are all options for current treatment.
About Chuback Medical Group
Chuback Medical Group is a leading care provider specializing in vein disorders, aesthetic services, and medical weight loss. Located in Bergen County at 2 Sears Drive, Ste. 101 Paramus, New Jersey, this private clinic strives to provide patients with customized care for the body and face, using safe and effective noninvasive and minimally invasive therapies. The highly trained medical staff has extensive knowledge and expertise treating vein disorders such as varicose veins and spider veins, as well as in cosmetic medicine and healthy weight loss. Medical Director and chief vein specialist Dr. John Chuback, MD, is a leading expert in the treatment of varicose veins using minimally invasive laser technology, and a decorated provider of superior patient care for the full range of vein conditions.
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