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11109 Parkview Plaza Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
11050 Parkview Circle
11108 Parkview Circle
Parkview Regional Medical Center Campus
11130 Parkview Circle Drive, Entrance 7
11115 Parkview Plaza Drive
2200 Randallia Drive
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
1720 Beacon Street
1316 E. 7th Street
Auburn, IN 46706
2001 Stults Road
Huntington, IN 46750
207 North Townline Road
LaGrange, IN 46761
401 Sawyer Road
Kendallville, IN 46755
10 John Kissinger Drive
Wabash, IN 46992
1260 East State Road 205
Columbia City, IN 46725
1355 Mariners Drive
Warsaw, IN 46582
10622 Parkview Plaza Drive
The primary cause of venous disorders like spider veins and varicose veins is venous insufficiency. There is a misconception that spider veins and varicose veins are always a cosmetic problem. Venous insufficiency often has symptoms. If left untreated, this disease can progress into worsening health problems.
Healthy, normal functioning veins have one-way valves that pump blood efficiently back up to the heart. If veins are insufficient and damaged they can't prevent blood from flowing backward and pooling in the veins. Also referred to as venous reflux, this increases the pressure in the affected veins causing more damage over time.
Our team includes staff with specialization in cardiovascular surgery. Upon referral, we will evaluate the patient's history and current condition, in addition to preforming a detailed venous reflux study in our office to develop an individualized best treatment plan for that patient.
The Vein Clinic provides venous reflux ultrasound, treatment and recovery, all in one convenient location. All procedures are done in-office.
People who have venous disease may have the following symptoms, which can range from mild to severe:
If appropriate, your physician will refer you to the Vein Clinic at Parkview Woodland Plaza where the care team will focus on assessing you for health conditions that may be contributing to your venous reflux. The team will discuss which therapies will be most appropriate for you.
Many factors contribute to the presence of venous disease, including:
The type of treatment varies depending on the severity of the disease. Treatment can include:
Do you experience any of the following signs and symptoms in your legs or ankles? Discuss your answers with your doctor.
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Appointments & Referrals
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