Cardiac Solutions Treats Venous Issues Surgically
The cardiologists at Cardiac Solutions perform surgical procedures in the West Valley of Arizona to treat patients with venous issues, including chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). The venous wall or valves in the leg veins of individuals with chronic venous insufficiency are ineffective, making it challenging for blood to return from the legs to the heart. We have been serving patients in the West Valley with compassionate care since 1984. Though decades have passed since we first opened our doors, we still operate with the same organizational values of customer satisfaction, honesty, and integrity that we did when we began. We are committed to promoting wellness through education, innovation, and technology, so contact us today to learn more about treatment for venous concerns.
Understanding Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Chronic venous insufficiency is a long-term condition that causes one’s veins to remain filled with blood as the result of weak vein walls and damaged valves. The condition is especially noticeable when a patient is standing. Symptoms may include aching, heavy, cramping legs as well as itching and tingling, swelling, varicose veins, and hardened skin on the legs and ankles, among others. It can affect anyone, but the risk is amplified for those who are tall, obese, aging, or have a history of deep vein thrombosis. The condition typically worsens over time and may lead to debilitating ulcers or more severe issues, so it is important to seek treatment at the first sign of a problem.
Contact Cardiac Solutions for Chronic Venus Insufficiency
By ignoring symptoms of venous issues such as aching legs, leathery skin, new varicose veins, and swelling, you may be jeopardizing your health. These could be signs of venous insufficiency, which could lead to much more dire consequences than sore legs. The team at Cardiac Solutions – with offices in Peoria, Sun City West, and Glendale – can help you determine why you are experiencing such symptoms and promote treatments to combat them. Early treatment can help improve your outlook and have a higher success rate. Contact us today to learn if such a procedure is right for you.