Vein Conditions We Treat

Venous disease is an inherited condition that often gets worse with age.  Our veins bring blood from our extremities back to the heart, using a system of valves so blood is able to flow against gravity.  People with venous disease are born with leaky valves, causing blood to flow both up and down, often pooling in the legs, ankles, and feet.  This condition is called reflux and can cause a variety of conditions. The Muto Vein Center specializes in treating venous disease using the latest and most effective techniques.

Varicose veins are enlarged (swollen), twisted veins that typically appear on the leg, between the thigh and foot. Learn more about varicose veins, causes, and treatment.
 

Spider veins (telangiectasia or telangiectases) are small, thread-like veins near the surface of the skin. Spider veins often resemble the branches of a tree or spider webs, are typically red, blue, or purple, and are commonly found on the legs and feet. Learn more about spider veins, causes, and treatment options.

Patients with venous reflux can have significant swelling, especially at the end of the day, causing fatigue, heaviness, and pain.

Venous stasis dermatitis is a venous insufficiency related condition that typically affects the legs, ankles, and feet (although it can present in other areas of the body) resulting in swelling, pain, severe skin irritation (redness, soreness, discoloration, scaling, dryness, intense itch, shiny skin, cracked skin, thick skin), venous ulcers, infection, and other symptoms.  Learn more about venous stasis dermatitis, causes, and treatment.

A venous ulcer is a wound or sore related to venous insufficiency (vein wall or vein valve malfunction). Learn more about venous ulcers, causes, and treatment options.

The Muto Vein Center utilizes the latest techniques for chronic non-healing wounds, including complete work up for peripheral arterial disease and chronic venous insufficiency.

Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) affects many people and is often diagnosed as a neurologic disorder, but instead, has a significant association with venous reflux disease, and can be cured with a low risk ablative procedure. People with RLS feel leg spasms and constantly feel the urge to move their legs. Symptoms typically occur at night and patients with RLS have trouble sleeping.

The Muto Vein Center is proud to accept most private and managed care insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid.  For those paying directly, we strive to offer top care for a fair, affordable price. 

Not sure where to start?  Book your free vein consultation to discuss your concerns and treatment options in-person or via video from your home or office. There’s no obligation – it’s simply a free service we provide!

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