When you’re suffering from venous disease, the Vein Clinic at Weiss Memorial Hospital offers individually tailored treatment options to fit your needs. Our team of vascular surgeons offers non-surgical, minimally invasive and conventional surgical options to treat venous disease, including varicose vein treatment. To make an appointment, call (773) 564-5770 or request an appointment online.
What is venous disease?
Venous disease is a general term used to refer to any condition related to or caused by diseased or abnormal veins. It’s relatively common in the United States, affecting about 15 percent of the adult population. Often mild venous disease is not something that needs to be treated, but as venous disease worsens problems can arise.
What are some of the most commonly treated conditions?
Some of the most common venous diseases and their treatments include:
- Chronic venous insufficiency
- Leg skin changes
- Leg swelling and leg pain
- Leg ulcers
- Reticular veins
- Spider veins
- Varicose veins
To learn more about these conditions, visit Vascular Care Diseases & Conditions.
What causes venous disease?
Venous disease can be caused by a number of factors. Risk factors include:
- Family history
- Prolonged standing
- Prior history of blood clot formation in the veins
If you’re concerned about your vein health, you can be evaluated in our outpatient clinic, where our doctors will evaluate your vein anatomy and function. To make an appointment, call (773) 564-5770 or request an appointment online.