Vein Condition Treatment in Mesa, AZ
At Tri-City Vein & Vascular Center, we begin with a comprehensive history and physical exam, then educate patients on how to prevent and treat vein disorders. A diagnostic ultrasound is used to determine the right treatment for each patient.
Venous disease leads to enlarged, swollen, knotted clusters of veins in the legs, discoloration of the skin and eventually ulceration.
Venous Reflux Disease
More than 30 million Americans suffer from varicose veins, or the more serious form venous insufficiency, otherwise known as venous reflux disease.
Commonly seen in legs, varicose veins are enlarged, twisted veins that can be painful and lead to more serious problems.
A milder type of varicose veins, spider veins often look like a spider web. Typically found on the face and legs near the surface of the skin, spider veins are red or blue in color.
Deep Vein Thrombosis
Deep vein thrombosis occurs when a clot or clump of blood cells congregate in the deep veins in your body, which is typically in the legs.
A non-healing leg wound, or ulcer, is a chronic sore that can take months to heal. This is often a result of venous disease, DVT, PAD, or other conditions.