Our physicians can treat nearly every major organ in your body and specialize in minimally invasive, image-guided procedures. We commonly treat patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD), varicose veins, and a host of other conditions affecting the vascular system. Here are some of the common symptoms we see in patients.
- Itchy, puffy veins
- Heaviness in the legs
- Discoloration or ulceration in your veins
Varicose veins are often a symptom of superficial venous reflux disease. Patients with this disease have valves in their veins that are damaged or stretched out, which causes the blood to pool in one area and stretch out the vein.
Peripheral Arterial Disease
- Painful cramping in the legs when walking
- Numbness, tingling, and weakness in the lower legs and feet
- Slow healing sore on leg or foot
- Lower temperature in one leg
- Color change in skin on legs or feet
- Loss of hair on legs
- Pain in the legs or feet that awakens you at night
- Heavy menstrual bleeding
- Pain/pressure in the abdomen
- Lower back pain
- Pelvic Pain
- Pelvic Fullness
- Frequent Urination
- Painful Intercourse
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Dialysis Access Management
At VIVA, we feel passionate about remaining closely connected with our patients. From the time you schedule your consultation, to your surgical procedure, to your ongoing follow-up appointments and calls, your care will be personalized and attentive.
Routine follow-ups may reveal:
- Problems with the flow rate in the device
- Problems connecting to the machine
- Improper pressure
- Back or neck pain
- Muscle spasm
- Bowel/bladder changes
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