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Webinar: Recognizing Lipedema and Treatment Options

June is Lipedema Awareness month, one in which the Lipedema community focuses (even more than usual) on how to reach women who have lived with this painful and distressing disease. While we’ve seen great strides in awareness, insurance coverage, and slightly greater recognition of this disease in the medical community, we continue to fight an… Read More

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Am I at risk for vein disease? Take our vein health quiz.

Varicose and spider veins are usually painless, however over time they can become painful when they are under pressure or become inflammed.  While the bulging nature of varicose veins and the red, blue, or purple coloring of spider veins may look painful, both conditions are typically painless early on, which is why many patients wait… Read More

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Federal Bill Increases Lymphatic Disease Research

Through efforts led by LE&RN (the Lymphatic Education & Research Network), the Senate has passed a bill for the LD Commission (Lymphatic Disease Commission) to increase research and lymphatic education. The bill passed in the Senate last month, with a vote of 68-31. Now that it’s passed in both houses of Congress, it is now… Read More

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COVID-19 Vaccines, Ventilators, and DVT

As we enter year 3 of the COVID-19 pandemic, big strides have been made to address variants, increase vaccination rates, and decrease hospital stays and serious symptoms. Still, many of our patients are wondering if they and their loved ones should get vaccinated. While we’ve all struggled through the many ups and downs and unknowns… Read More

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Why Healthy Veins Are So Important

Have you heard about our Preferred Patient Program? Dr. Wright’s reward program offers a way for patients to get the procedures they want and need while saving money and racking up great benefits. This program pairs well with many different cosmetic procedures and provides some excellent perks along the way! If you’re struggling with the… Read More

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Compression Therapy for Vein Health

Medical professionals have long been in the business of researching the potential underlying causes of vein disease. While some have focused on the idea that many of these conditions are caused by genetic predisposition, others look more closely at hormonal fluctuations during certain times in life or lifestyle choices that greatly affect the human body… Read More

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Love Your Legs Again With The Right Vein Treatment

Vein disease can appear in a variety of ways, but the two most common forms of vein disease are the appearance of spider and varicose veins. Millions of Americans are impacted by these unsightly veins every year, and they can appear anywhere from your face, all the way down to your hands and feet. Why… Read More

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Benefits of IPL for Spider Veins

Spider veins are like varicose veins, but smaller. Spider veins begin as tiny capillaries and appear as blue or red squiggles. They are small red, blue, or purple veins that commonly appear on the surface of the thighs, calves, and ankles. ⅓ of the adult female population is troubled with this common problem. They are… Read More

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COVID-19 Boosters & DVT: What to Know

As a result six patients recently experiencing blood clots after their Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the vaccine has been temporarily pulled from being administered, and many of our patients are wondering if they should be worried, and ultimately if they and their loved ones should get vaccinated. While we’ve all struggled through the many… Read More

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The Benefits of Sclerotherapy for Vein Health

To some degree, most of us are familiar with what spider veins and varicose veins are, how they look, and that they aren’t ideal to have. But what many don’t realize until their condition progresses, is that spider veins and varicose veins are more than unsightly – in instances of varicose veins, they can cause… Read More

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