Vein Disorders: You Deserve Expert Diagnosis and Treatment

Trust Wilmington’s leading vein specialists for optimal care.

vein disorders

Vein disorders differ in appearance and severity. The first step toward the effective treatment of vein disease is a vein screening, then an accurate diagnosis of the underlying cause of your symptoms. Using leading-edge equipment few others in Wilmington can match and nationally accredited diagnostic capabilities, we will determine your specific issue and the treatment options that are most medically appropriate and will be the most effective for your specific condition.

Understanding vein disease.

Vein disorders range in severity from mild discomfort to rope-like varicose veins running down your legs and are a manifestation of a condition known as venous reflux disease, or venous insufficiency. In venous insufficiency, the tiny valves in the veins in the legs that regulate the flow of blood in a single direction back to the heart have weakened. These damaged valves allow small amounts of blood to seep back down and pool in the veins in the legs. Left untreated, venous reflux can cause more serious problems over time.

Risk factors for vein disease,

  • Heredity
  • Pregnancy
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Obesity
  • Lack of exercise
  • Occupations that require standing all day

Common manifestations of venous reflux.

The vein disorders we detect most frequently include:

Trust the team that treats veins every day.

With a unique team approach led by a group of Wilmington’s leading vascular physicians, providers at The Vein Center at Wilmington Surgical Associates have helped thousands of patients get past their vein problems and get back to what’s important: Living a comfortable, gratifying life without pain or embarrassment. Our doctors have the training and vast experience to achieve great results, and were at the forefront of endovenous vein treatment to Wilmington, making us the area’s trusted innovators.

To make an appointment to have your veins screened, call us at (910) 787-1007. Or contact us electronically via our online form. You can also schedule an appointment online.