Tri-City Vein Center Blog

Compression Stockings. What do I Need?

January 1, 1970 • MD • Uncategorized

If you have symptoms of venous disease, compression stockings are often helpful to alleviate some of the discomfort. Or if you have a job in which you sit or stand for long hours, you might benefit from stockings to help keep your veins in healthy condition. Stockings come in all shapes, sizes and colors. There are knee high, thigh high and pantyhose styles and they come in a variety of strengths of compression. We recommend you use 20-30 mmHg strength for the best benefit. Knee high is generally sufficient to lend support, but thigh and pantyhose styles are beneficial if you have varicose veins particularly on the thighs....

Downtime

January 1, 1970 • MD • Uncategorized

Did you know…..all of our procedures to treat your varicose or insufficient veins are done using local anesthesia? That means you will not have any downtime. In fact, we encourage you to remain active for several days after any procedure. Using local anesthesia also means that most people who suffer from heart or lung problems, or who can otherwise not tolerate general anesthesia, can still safely undergo treatment of their vein diseas...

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