If you often cover up your legs to hide signs of spider veins or varicose veins or experience an aching or heavy feeling in your legs, you are not alone. Texas Vein & Wellness Institute is here to help.
At Texas Vein & Wellness Institute, we pride ourselves on developing personalized treatments for various leg conditions to help get your health back on track. When you visit our vein treatment center in Pasadena, Texas, you can experience high-quality care and a friendly environment.
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At Texas Vein & Wellness Institute, we are proud to provide comprehensive venous disease treatment in Pasadena, Texas. Some of the vein conditions we treat include:
Leg Pain & Swelling
Leg pain and swelling is a common condition resulting from excess pressure in the legs due to issues with your leg veins. If you have venous insufficiency, the veins in your legs stay open for too long, which causes pressure to build and forces fluid into the tissues surrounding the vein. While it is normal to experience leg discomfort after exertion or a long day on your feet, if the pain persists, you may have a vein issue that requires attention from our specialists..
Varicose veins occur when your veins become enlarged or dilated and can be visible along the surface of your skin or hidden under your skin’s surface. As the vein continues to grow, it can cause issues such as pain, swelling and discoloration. A varicose vein is typically the result of a broken or weak valve in your leg and requires attention from the experts at Texas Vein & Wellness Institute.
A spider vein is a small thin vein on the surface of your leg that forms in clusters of red, purple and blue. While spider veins are not painful, they can be cosmetically unappealing. If you notice spider veins, it is best to visit one of our specialists as soon as possible as the appearance of spider veins may signify a more serious medical issue.
Itching & Burning
If you are experiencing itching and burning, it can result from blood flowing down toward your feet instead of up toward your heart and creating excess pressure in the legs. This high amount of pressure in the legs forces fluid from the bloodstream into the tissues surrounding the veins. When you visit our office, you will receive an ultrasound to show which veins are experiencing a valve issue to cause itching and burning sensations.
A leg ulcer is a break or tear in the skin that takes a long time to heal and is often the result of venous reflux. The continual pressure on the skin from the backflow of blood creates an ulcer, which indicates the final stages of venous reflux disease. A leg ulcer can be painful and occur after other symptoms of venous disease, such as spider veins or leg swelling.
Leg discoloration is when the pigmentation of your skin becomes darker around your feet or ankles. Discoloration is typically a sign of blood deposits in your lower legs, which can cause the surrounding skin to become inflamed. If you notice discoloration of the skin around your feet or ankles, it may lead to other medical issues such as ulcers.
Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
Deep vein thrombosis is a blood clot in your legs’ deeper or larger veins and is a severe condition. Common symptoms of DVT include swelling, cramps, warmer skin spots or unexplained pain in the foot or ankle. If you are experiencing any symptoms of deep vein thrombosis, visit our office as soon as possible for a lower extremity ultrasound, as an untreated blood clot can move into the lungs and cause death.
Restless Leg Syndrome
Restless leg syndrome is a condition where you often experience sensations such as aching, throbbing or crawling in your legs due to inflammation in the leg muscles. Most patients experience restless leg syndrome while they are sleeping or relaxing and need to massage or shift their legs to reduce their discomfort. Restless leg syndrome is often a symptom of vein disease since vein disease can cause the veins to become inflamed, which irritates the surrounding soft tissues and muscles.
If you are experiencing lymphedema, it can cause the legs to swell due to a malfunction in the lymphatic system caused by genetics or damage to the lymph nodes. The lymphatics are tiny vessels that capture and transfer the small amount of fluid that leaks between arterioles and venules in the legs back into venous circulation.
This leakage can result from genetics, damage from surgery or the removal of the lymph nodes. Receiving treatment for venous insufficiency as soon as possible can help reduce lymphedema and other complications.
Accredited Vein Center
Since the founding of Texas Vein & Wellness Institute in 2013, we have maintained our mission of providing compassionate diagnoses by using the latest technology and employing a friendly and experienced staff. Our team will go above and beyond to provide holistic care, whether you are looking for treatment options ranging from spider veins to varicose veins in Pasadena, Texas.
By combining state-of-the-art medical facilities with modern treatments and a friendly atmosphere, Texas Vein & Wellness Institute has quickly become one of Texas’s most respected vein clinics. As two of seven vein centers in Texas to receive accreditation from the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC), you can rely on our expert staff to provide world-class care.
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We begin all treatment plans with a comprehensive initial assessment that includes a painless ultrasound to visualize the veins under your skin. After reviewing your results, you will discuss treatment options with our team to develop a treatment plan to fit your needs.