If you’ve been pregnant, there’s a 20% chance you’ve had to suffer through varicose veins. Varicose veins are no fun and visually not very appealing either. Those who suffer often ask their doctors, “Do varicose veins go away after pregnancy?” Answering that question has many branches and those answers may surprise you! Do Varicose Veins
Varicose veins are annoying, to say the least. At the Las Vegas Vein Center, we have the means to treat them. Yet, out of all the varicose vein treatments, compression therapy seems to raise some eyebrows. The reason: compression socks are a bit strange. So here’s what you need to know about compression socks. What
You have probably heard the term “Restless Leg Syndrome,” or “RLS.” If you have, then you probably know that if someone has RLS then they have an irresistible urge to ge up and walk around. There are many reasons why someone can have restless leg syndrome, but if they do, it can be very frustrating.
Veins can appear in a variety of places. In fact, there really isn’t anywhere you CAN’T get spider veins. Did you know that one of those places is your face? That’s right, your face is actually pretty easily susceptible to getting facial spider veins. Luckily, there’s something you can about it—or at least, there is
To be recognized in a city like Las Vegas, you must make a lasting impression. With a plethora of doctors available, only the best push through the rest. The Carullos, Dr. Fauzia and Dr. Ralph, have done such a great job to shine above the rest that they were recently chosen for Vegas Inc Magazine’s