People intent on achieving a health goal often look for resources to help them achieve it. If you’re concerned with keeping your heart healthy – and who wouldn’t be, given that heart disease is the #1 killer of Americans – you just look in the telephone book or online and there are any number of cardiologists, counselors, support groups, and other specialists happy to help you. If you are trying to lose weight, there are even more resources available to you.
What New Jersey residents need to know about vein health resources
But what do you do if your goal is to keep your veins healthy? Who do you talk to as a resource to help you achieve this goal? As many people have discovered, if you ask your general practitioner for advice on how to achieve healthy veins, you’ll probably be told to eat a healthy diet, stop smoking, and get more exercise. And while this advice is true, it’s probably not exactly what you were looking for if your goal was to determine the current state of your venous health and how to improve it.
Fortunately, just after your GP tells you to eat better and get more exercise, his or her next words are probably going to be, “See a vein specialist.” Doctors know better than anyone else that vascular medicine is a specialized study, one that requires years of training and diligent practice to master. Even detecting vein diseases such as chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) or deep vein thrombosis (DVT) requires years of specialized training in the use of Doppler ultrasound and other diagnostic tools. How to treat venous disorders using state-of-the-art minimally invasive techniques like sclerotherapy or endovenous laser therapy requires even more training and experience.
Chuback Medical Group has what you’re looking for in a vein health resource
Dr. John Chuback has been a leader in the field of vein disease treatment in NJ for many years, and has a stellar reputation as a New Jersey vascular doctor. He has the training and expertise to know when symptoms like swollen legs and ankles are the result of overexertion, and when they are indicators of serious vein diseases such as CVI or DVT. He can help you when your varicose veins start become more than a “cosmetic concern,” and start causing so much pain that all you can do is sit on the sofa saying “my legs hurt.”
Dr. Chuback knows how to listen and communicate effectively with his patients, and how to help them overcome lifestyle conditions such as obesity or inactivity that can increase their risk of vein disease. He can treat your vein problems using the latest, state-of-the-art treatment methodologies, but he can also help by prescribing effective diet and exercise programs that can help you stay healthy after your current vein problems have been treated.
How do I take advantage of these vein health resources?
This is a good question, and one with a simple answer – pick up the phone and call Chuback Medical Group today at 201-693-4847 today to schedule a venous heath screening. During this screening (which takes only about an hour), Dr. Chuback can perform painless, non-invasive tests to accurately determine the state of your vein health. If vein disease is found, he can propose to you the most effective options for treating it. If he finds no vein disease but detects a number of factors that increase your risk of developing it in the future, he can prescribe ways to reduce that risk. Make that call and allow Dr. Chuback to become your personal vein health resource – you’ll be happy you did.