Vascular Disease Ultrasound Screening and Prevention

Did you know by getting an ultrasound test on your legs can show if there is an underlying issue that may be causing your varicose or spider veins? The ultrasound is performed by a RVT (registered vascular technician) and is not painful, does not cause any discomfort, or side effects. The test shows healthy leg veins containing valves that open and close properly to return blood back to the heart. If valves are damaged and do not close properly, vascular reflux disease can form which may cause varicose veins, pain, restless legs, heaviness, skin changes, and even ulcers.

Should you sign up for testing? Yes. If you are experiencing symptoms or know anyone in your family with varicose vein history then an ultrasound screening would definitely be beneficial. Some other factors that may cause vascular reflux disease include age, gender, and heavy lifting.Read More…

Sclerotherapy Treatments in San Diego

sclero3There are many misconceptions on how sclerotherapy treatments actually work. From online forums and videos posted may or may not have accurate information. Your best bet is to contact a vascular specialist that can answer any questions you may have on vein treatments.

At The Secret Vein Clinic, Dr. Peter Mann has devoted himself to treating patients with vein concerns such as spider veins, varicose veins, and even venous reflux disease. The first step to properly treating your veins is by undergoing an initial ultrasound screening. With an ultrasound allows the doctor to look deeper into the veins for any insufficiency and will be able to dictate which treatment route is best for you.Read More…

Raising Varicose Vein Awareness


Before and After RF Ablation Procedure.

Many or most people would say they have heard of or even tried Botox and fillers. Such treatments have become the “norm” to looking and feeling good about ourselves. However the real question is, have you heard of venous reflux disease?

Whether you have visible varicose veins or some you may not even be aware of, venous reflux disease affect more than 40 million Americans and only 1.9 million of those actually seek treatment. By the looks of it, the vast majority remain undiagnosed and untreated. People with these conditions have treatment options that are deemed medically necessary and are covered by most insurance companies.Read More…