Venous Ulcer Treatment
We treat a variety of different vein conditions, but one of the more challenging problems we see with our patients are venous ulcers.
Typically, the venous ulcer will start out as a small wound, but over time it becomes an enlarged, painful, and odiferous ulcer. . . A majority of venous ulcers occur in the lower parts of the leg, just above the ankle. These ulcers are typically associated with varicose veins.
In a large percentage of our patients we can significantly improve, cure, or close the ulcer within 6-8 weeks of the first treatment at our Orange County facility
Treatments for Venous Ulcers
Treatment of venous ulcers begins with compression therapy.
Compression therapy is often started with a bandage that is applied to reduce swelling (edema) in the lower parts of the leg. This initial type of treatment will help to improve circulation, which allows blood to flow naturally to area to help it heal.
In most cases, compression will begin the process of healing venous ulcers, but the underlying problem will still need to be corrected.
Venous Ulcer Etiology (Cause)
Venous hypertension is the underlying cause of most venous ulcers.
It is treatable using minimally invasive treatments which are available at our Santa Ana office.
If you believe you are suffering from a venous ulcer, please contact our office immediately
Symptoms will include:
An Actual Past Client Treatment
We recommend treating venous ulcers immediately, and booking by phone! But you can also book an appointment below if you prefer.
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