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Vascular Care Center Now Open at HealthCrave
Date:5/4/2013

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) May 04, 2013

HealthCrave Medical Centers has opened a Vascular Care Center to take care of all your aesthetic and vascular needs. Because aesthetic and vascular concerns are not simply cosmetic concerns, HealthCrave’s management notes the importance to have a branch dedicated to vascular care available to the medical center’s patients.

The Vascular Care Center is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and provides the full range of treatment for aesthetic and vascular needs. HealthCrave’s vascular specialists are experts in their field, able to perform the most effective, preeminent care as well as the necessary surgical techniques for each patient. The Vascular Care Center specializes in vein treatments, vein disorders, artery disorders, hemodialysis access management, minimally invasive artery treatment, surgical treatments, and vascular screenings.

Certain vascular conditions can lead to strokes, aneurisms, diseases, and/or spider and varicose veins. Our high-technology equipment allows the center’s staff to properly diagnose each patient and choose the best regimen for him or her. Some people mistakenly believe that spider and varicose veins are strictly a cosmetic concern. While the veins are sometimes nothing more than that, they can also be a sign of a larger difficulty, such as circulatory problems. In such a case, a person would want to see a doctor and receive treatment immediately.

Varicose and spider veins, which most commonly form on the legs, can be hereditary, or they can be the effect of standing on your feet all day over a long period of time. Hairdressers, factory workers, and teachers are especially prone to varicose and spider veins. Obesity is another relatively common cause of varicose and spider veins due to the extra weight that is put on the body. A history of blood clots is another cause. HealthCrave offers multiple treatments for the veins, such as laser surgery, vein stripping, sclerotherapy, and more. A doctor consults with a patient before deciding the best method of treatment for that person.

The best way to help prevent varicose and spider veins is to stay fit by exercising routinely and practicing a healthy diet. While a healthful lifestyle isn’t a guarantee against the veins, it decreases their chances of developing. HealthCrave’s fitness and nutrition centers are good places to get started on a vein-preventative lifestyle.

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