May 24, 2017. Morristown, New Jersey. New Jersey Vein Center (NJVC) announces the publication of an article on how to take advantage of vein disease treatments. According to the New Jersey based center and pioneer New Jersey vascular doctor, Lowell Kabnick, MD there are a number of highly effective and minimally invasive vein disease treatments available, including sclerotherapy, microphlebectomy, and endovenous treatments such as radiofrequency and laser ablation.
Dr. Lowell Kabnick, sole practitioner of NJVC and a top New Jersey vascular doctor explains, “These procedures are all performed on an outpatient basis in about an hour, with no need to experience lengthy recovery times. So patients are out of the clinic and back at their day within a few hours.”
Dr. Kabnick notes that, “To take advantage of these new treatments, patients should prepare for their first vein appointment by asking their close family members about any history of vein disease or vein treatment, and note down any symptoms such as swollen legs and ankles, and any lifestyle factors that may affect their risk of developing varicose veins.” These risk factors include being overweight or obese, a lack of regular exercise, having to stand or sit for hours at a time, and smoking. Dr. Kabnick will be able to recommend the best treatment modality for their specific condition, and the one with the greatest likelihood of permanent success in getting rid of those varicose veins once and for all.
Dr. Kabnick advises anyone who is seeking vein disease treatment to call the New Jersey Vein Center with any questions. For more information about vein disease treatment in New Jersey, or on vein treatments in general, visit the New Jersey Vein Center website at http://www.lowellkabnickmd.com.
Varicose Vein Treatment Options
Many men and women find themselves suffering from spider veins (small, reddish veins found on the skin’s surface) and varicose veins (larger, bulging veins that often appear blue in color). Although both genders are at risk for varicose and spider veins, women are more likely to experience them than men.
There are a number of different vein treatment options available to safely and effectively remove varicose veins. These minimally invasive treatments, which include radiofrequency ablation, sclerotherapy, endovenous laser ablation, and phlebectomy, are the result of recent technological advancements and deliver optimal results without causing unnecessary downtime or unpleasant side effects.
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