VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY

  • The job of the veins in our legs is to return blood back to the heart, this job is accomplished by a series of one-way “check” valves. If these valves malfunction this results in a condition called Venous Insufficiency. These malfunctioning, or leaky valves, allow increased pressure to build up in our legs potentially leading to swelling or tightness, cramping aching and heaviness, varicose or bulging veins, cramping, burning and stinging, or skin discoloration and ulcer formation.
WHAT YOUSHOULD KNOW

WHAT YOU
SHOULD KNOW

We are the only practice in Alaska with the ability to provide minimally invasive treatment for certain types of chronic pelvic pain in women related to vein disease.