May 14, 2016. Paramus, NJ. Chuback Medical Group announces the publication of a new article that discusses a question that is far less easy to answer than it appears: “How do I know if I have varicose veins?” According to these New Jersey vein experts, not all varicose veins are large enough or close enough to the skin’s surface to become visible, so the intuitive answer of “I just look in the mirror” doesn’t really cover all the bases.
According to Dr. John Chuback, medical director of this prestigious vein treatment center in NJ, “the only way to really be sure whether you have varicose veins (or the underlying disease that causes them, chronic venous insufficiency, or CVI) is to have a venous health screening. These screenings are fast, painless, and non-invasive, but allow New Jersey vascular doctors to detect varicose veins before they become visible. Also, one ‘value-added benefit’ of these screenings is that they can detect a much more dangerous vein disease (deep vein thrombosis, or DVT) at the same time.”
Chuback Medical Center hopes that the information in this new article will inspire people to become more proactive about their vein health, and to schedule vein health screenings that can help them prevent varicose veins before they even appear. To learn more about varicose vein treatment, 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 and ambulatory phlebectomy 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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