Centers for Advanced Vein Care Montana
Centers for Advanced Vein Care of Montana is a medical practice devoted solely to treating all aspects of varicose vein disease, from spider veins to leg ulcers to unsightly large varicose veins. We are the leader and expert in the state of Montana for dealing with venous disease. ALL WE DO IS TREAT VEIN DISEASE.
Michael Orcutt, M.D., a vascular surgeon, dedicates 100% of his time to treating vein disease. All of the procedures performed are in-office, non-surgical, require very little down time and are virtually painless. Given that many of the procedures are covered by insurance, the time is now to eliminate the unsightly and painful condition of varicose veins.
Searching for varicose veins treatment, especially varicose vein treatment in Great Falls, varicose vein treatment in Helena and varicose vein treatment in Montana, can be confusing. Many people don't know what to do about varicose vein removal. Dr. Orcutt, a surgeon, has dedicated his entire practice to treating varicose veins and spider veins. He is dedicated to your specialized care and will carefully explain:
- What are varicose veins
- Varicose veins treatment
- Treatment of varicose veins
- Varicose vein surgery
- Varicose vein treatment
- Spider veins and varicose veins
- Varicose vein treatment Great Falls
- Treatment varicose veins
- Treatment for veins
- Varicose and spider vein treatment
The definition of a varicose vein is a dislocated or broken vein that has refluxing material. Veins that are normal return blood to the heart after arteries have done their job and carried it away. To direct their blood flow, veins use valves; however, if the valves do not work properly and subsequently fail, then the blood accumulates (under pressure) and the blood vessels are distorted. Varicose veins have the tendency to appear as bulging, twisted (rope-like) or small and thread-like. Many times these veins, varicose veins and spider veins, may only be of a cosmetic nature, often times they cause severe pain and may limit or impede daily activities.
Spider veins are too small to be classified as varicose veins although they are still veins that are enlarged and non-functioning. Given that these spider veins are close to the surface of the skin, they have the appearance of red, blue and purple spider veins.
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