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Compression Therapy Vein Treatment
Compression Therapy is a simple and effective treatment for venous diseases. The veins of the body, work against the pull of gravity to direct blood towards the heart, this often weakens the vein valves causing chronic venous insufficiency, venous edemas, venous stasis, varicose veins, and spider veins.

Compression Therapy strengthens veins encouraging them to heal faster and circulate blood properly. It stretches the walls of the veins by applying gentle pressure on the affected area; this gentle pressure increases blood flow in veins, which improves circulation and reduces swelling. Compression Therapy prevents the blood from pooling or clotting in veins by increasing the blood flow.

Who Needs Compression Therapy?
Compression Therapy is an effective treatment for several vascular diseases which are manifesting mild symptoms. It is especially effective for treating chronic venous insufficiency, venous ulcers, and venous blood clots. Compression Therapy also increases aids in wound care; helping the veins to heal faster. In addition, the following can benefit from Compression Therapy:

  • Pregnant women.
  • People who sit or stand for long periods.
  • Athletes.
  • People with chronic venous diseases such as chronic venous insufficiency, phlebitis, lymphedema, venous ulcers, and diabetes, etc.
  • People who are bedridden.
  • People who are undergoing sclerotherapy treatment for Varicose Veins or Spider Veins.

 

We house the most expert panel of vein specialists and vascular surgeons in NJ. These healthcare professionals will guide you in using Compression Therapy to heal your venous problems efficiently.

Call us today for the most professional diagnosis and treatment.

FAQ’S

Does Compression Therapy Really Work?

  • Yes! Compression Therapy works. It especially works for those patients who are suffering from deep vein thrombosis DVT. This condition occurs when a blood clot forms in a deep vein of the leg.
  • Research shows that patients with DVT really benefit from Compression Therapy.

How Often Should You Do Compression Therapy?

  • The frequency of utilizing Compression Therapy depends entirely on the necessity.
  • In most cases, 20-30 minutes each day are enough.
  • If you are suffering from poor circulation, you should consult your physician about whether this therapy is appropriate for you.

Is Leg Compression Therapy Safe?

  • Yes, leg Compression Therapy is safe.
  • It is a highly effective treatment against venous leg ulcers.

What Are the Benefits of Compression Therapy?

  • Improves blood circulation.
  • Helps to avoid development of cellulite.
  • Reduces inflammation and fluid collection.
  • Prevents and eliminates first-stage varicose.
  • Alleviates conditions such as heaviness in the legs.
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