Let’s talk about varicose vein exercises. We all know that exercise is good for your general health. But when vein disease gives you varicose veins, some exercises will help you, while others can hurt your condition. Usually, exercising more will make your veins bigger.
Leg ulcers are open wounds that are hard to heal. That’s why treating leg ulcers is so tricky. And why new treatment studies and technology are so important. Today, we’ll explore two of those factors. The first is a new study related to the timing of treating leg ulcers.
Need help for PAD? Well, guess what? Researchers have discovered that drinking hot cocoa could help improve your gait if you have peripheral arterial disease (PAD.) And that’s not all: science also suggests that Vitamin K2 can lower your risk for developing PAD,
If you have male infertility, a procedure known as varicocele embolization could be key to starting your family. But what are varicocele? And what is involved in this embolization procedure? Well, as it turns out, varicose veins are not just a problem that appear in your legs.
Hemorrhoid embolization is one of the newest treatment options for painful internal hemorrhoids. But what are internal hemorrhoids, why do they form, and why is embolization an ideal treatment option? This post highlights everything you need to know! What are internal hemorrhoids and why do they form?
It’s best to treat spider veins and vein disease early. In order to do this, however, you need to know your personal risk factor. Plus, you have to spot problems at their onset. So, today, we’ll help you with both those tasks.
What is genicular artery embolization and how can it help your knee pain or other osteoarthritis pain? Genicular artery embolization (GAE) is a minimally invasive treatment that can relieve osteoarthritis-related knee pain without surgery. In some cases, it may even help you delay or avoid a knee replacement.
Recently, we began offering a new alternative knee replacement in our offices, and now patients wonder, what is the success rate of genicular artery embolization? In a minute, we’ll highlight all the important stats on this minimally invasive treatment for osteoarthritis in your knee.
Did you know that getting exercise can boost blood flow? It’s true, which is why staying active is one easy way to prevent varicose veins from developing on your legs. And here’s why: spider veins start to form when blood pools in your veins,
Recently, our interventional radiologists in Dallas and Houston started offering an alternative knee replacement procedure. Called GAE, or Genicular Artery Embolization, this minimally invasive procedure relieves knee pain and inflammation by decreasing blood flow to spots that have been damaged by osteoarthritis.