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Love Your Legs with Our Last 3 Tips

By Dr. Samuel P. Martin

Here are our three final tips on how to show your legs some love! And remember, Tip #1 was: Don’t Assume Spider Veins are Only Cosmetic – Those cosmetic blemishes can indicate an underlying vein problem!

Love Your Legs Tip #2: Wear Compression Stockings

Specially designed to prevent the development and worsening of venous diseases like spider and leg varicose veins, medical grade compression stockings offer one of the easiest ways to protect your legs. These stockings reduce vein stress, boost blood flow and relieve tired, aching legs.

These special stockings are designed to provide “graduated” pressure starting at the ankle and reducing pressure as the stocking goes up the calf or thigh. This compression helps to support the weakening vein walls. As a result, blood flow is increased, which helps to reduce swelling, fatigue, pain and possible formation of clots in the legs.

Love Your Legs Tip #3: Avoid Common Office Dangers

A number of workplace risks exist for your legs, some of which you may not be able to completely avoid. Even so, the following are the most common spider vein risks that you should at least limit in order to keep your legs looking, feeling and performing their best:

Love Your Legs Tip #4: Take Advantage of Successful Spider Vein Treatments

With the latest equipment and techniques, the specialists at Vascular Vein Centers can safely relieve the embarrassment of spider veins. Our step-by-step process will ensure that you have longer lasting results that keep your legs looking, feeling and performing their best.

Get healthy, beautiful legs you’ll love showing off this year! Use our no-obligation Priority Consultation with a Vascular Vein Centers specialist to discuss how to improve your leg vein issues quickly and easily.

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