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Veins without Surgery Educates Patients on Causes of Vein Disease

 Schaumburg, Illinois, March 6, 2017: Veins without Surgery is pleased to announce they are working to educate their patients on the causes of vein disease. When individuals better understand the causes of certain conditions, they may be able to reduce their risk factors for developing these issues in the future.

Over time, individuals can develop problems with their circulation, which can lead to various vein diseases, including dangerous blood clots and varicose veins. While some of these issues may seem independent, they are often caused by underlying conditions that could potentially be avoided. Veins without Surgery wants all of their patients to live healthy lives and have worked hard to educate their patients on these causes so they can reduce their risks of vein disease.

Some of the most common causes of vein disease include smoking, obesity, cancer, sitting or standing for long periods of time, family history, muscle weakness and more. Some of these risk factors are avoidable, while others are beyond an individual’s control. For this reason, Veins without Surgery encourages their patients to be checked often so these conditions can be identified in their early stages to help prevent vein disease.

Anyone interested in learning about the causes of vein disease can find out more by visiting the Veins without Surgery website or by calling 1-847-884-8346.

About Veins without Surgery: Veins without Surgery is a vein treatment center that specializes in non-invasive treatment options for individuals suffering from a number of vein diseases. They take pride in offering their patients the treatments they need with less disruption to their daily lives. Their professional team works closely with each patient to create a treatment plan that works best for their needs and their lifestyle.

Company: Veins without Surgery

Address: 501 W. Golf Rd, Ste A

City: Schaumburg

State: IL

Zip code: 60195

Telephone number: 1-847-884-8346

Fax number: 1-847-885-2852