Your legs are always with you. Your legs – and the muscles in them – carry you from home to work to play. Help you...read more
Your Essential Guide to Leg Health
What are the Red Flags for Venous Disease?
You may have heard of varicose veins, but have you heard of venous disease? Venous disease is actually quite common, affecting millions of Americans each...read more
How to Manage Veins in Summer
Whew! It’s a heatwave out there! You may be able to fry an egg on the sidewalk, but that won’t stop us from getting out...read more
Untreated Varicose Veins: What’s the Danger?
Vein removal treatment isn’t just for the cosmetically concerned. There are hidden health risks associated with untreated varicose veins that can cause discomfort and, if...read more
How Do Venous Ulcers Form? And Other Questions
Venous ulcers. Youch! Although people don’t talk about venous ulcers as often as stomach ulcers, they’re the most common type of chronic lower extremity wound....read more
Vein Center – Your First Visit: Everything You Need to Know
So, you’re thinking it might be time to visit a vein center. Are you sick of looking at the spider veins on your face or...read more
Let’s Talk About Veins and Venous Diseases
Remember back to high school anatomy class, where the teacher explained how your body worked, and you were like, "yeah, yeah, yeah. What's on the test?" Don't you wish you'd paid more attention? Maybe so. Maybe not. But as you head into your 30's and beyond, your body needs a lot more of your attention and your understanding. It's a pretty complex system of systems. And it can be confusing to know what's what. Since our specialty is veins, that's what we're going to focus on in this article—your veins, what they do, and what happens when they get sick.read more
Strengthening Your Veins and Arteries
How much thought do you give to your veins and arteries? You probably exercise because you want to lose weight, build muscle or strengthen your heart. But did you know that your veins and arteries need your attention too? Just like your muscles, your veins and arteries need a workout. When you strengthen them, you may not notice a difference like you would when you work on your back, arms or legs. But that doesn't mean you aren't getting results. However, you may notice when your veins and arteries aren't getting the workout that they need because your legs may swell or feel sore, or you may end up with signs of veinous disease.read more
Varicose Veins in Your Legs: Get Your Legs Swimsuit Ready with Denver Vein
It's swimsuit season! Don't let varicose veins stop you from throwing on a suit and enjoying all of your favorite water sports! Read how Denver Vein can help!read more
Varicose Veins During Pregnancy: No problem!
Research has shown that up to 40% of pregnant women get them. And if your mother had them when she was pregnant with you, you've probably got them too. In this article, we'll cover everything you need to know about varicose veins during pregnancy.read more