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While you can’t change the genetic factors that make you prone to varicose veins, there are proven actions you can take that will keep existing varicose veins from worsening and possibly even forestall their appearance.

One of the most important questions you can ask when seeking medical treatment would be: Is my doctor board certified? Knowing this answer can help you make informed decisions about your healthcare.

Everyday, we are learning more about COVID-19 and its impact. At Desert Vein and Vascular Institute, we are committed to the health and safety of our patients and are taking all possible precautions during this pandemic as directed by the CDC, plus additional measures to protect you and our team against the virus:

The most familiar type of varicose veins is those which appear as bluish, twisted veins bulging out beneath the skin of the legs. While these highly visible vessels are the most common, it is possible to have varicose veins that do not present in this manner. The pain and risks associated with these less visible veins are still serious issues.