FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Vein Health Clinics Launches Sale of Its Own Branded Medical-Grade Compression Stockings
Winter Haven, Florida – May 28, 2020 – Vein Health Clinics is now selling its own line of medical-grade compression stockings to help address various blood circulation problems and to ensure product availability for patients who have been prescribed compression therapy.
The quick access to compression stockings is a timely provision, as those working from home during the COVID-19 health crisis tend to remain seated for extended periods and may suffer from poor blood circulation problems, including varicose veins.
Designed specifically for compression therapy, compression stockings or socks work by applying slight pressure to the ankles and legs, leading to efficient blood circulation from the legs to the heart. They also aid in reducing pain and swelling in the legs and ankles.
Doctors require or prescribe the use of compression stockings so patients can achieve the following beneficial effects: Improved blood circulation in the legs and ankles, Support to veins, Reduced swelling in the legs, Alleviation of pain caused by varicose veins, Prevention of growth of venous ulcers, Treatment of venous hypertension, Prevention of blood pooling in the leg veins, Reduced orthostatic hypotension and the feeling of lightheadedness or imbalance that it causes, Natural drainage of the lymph, and Prevention of deep vein thrombosis in the legs.
Through the application of pressure to the legs and ankles, compression stockings or socks increases the volume and rate of blood flow, while also reducing the diameter of major veins. Compression also helps to prevent blood from flowing laterally toward superficial veins and back down or returning to the foot.
In vein therapy or treatments, compression stockings and socks perform specific functions, such as the following:
At-home care for minor spider veins
Part of the required after-care among patients who have undergone an ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy procedure for deeper varicose veins
Applied in the initial or early treatment of varicose veins in combination with other therapies, such as specific exercises and lifting techniques designed to alleviate varicose vein issues
A recommended lifestyle change in cases of chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), where the valves or venous wall in the leg veins are not able to work properly, thereby leading to blood pooling in the veins or stasis
Although compression stockings and socks offer several medical benefits, users should use these only if they are prescribed by their physician, or at the very least use them with caution. There are known side effects of ill-fitting or incorrectly worn compression stockings and socks, so it’s essential to get a proper prescription or detailed medical advice before using them. Users also need to watch out for possible allergic reactions to the material used. They must strictly follow product instructions along with their doctor’s advice.
Vein Health Clinics continues to accept self-pay options and most major insurance plans.
For inquiries or assistance regarding vein health concerns or to book an appointment, interested buyers may contact 863-223-3797 (Winter Haven) or 407-278-6925 (Oviedo). Alternatively, they can also access the clinics’ online contact form.
About Vein Health Clinics:
Vein Health Clinics is a Central Florida-based healthcare service provider that opened its doors in January 2016. They offer specialist diagnostic and treatment services designed to address vein and artery-related health concerns, as well as perform dialysis access implantation. Vein Health Clinics operates in two locations: Oviedo and Winter Haven, Florida. For more information, please visit https://www.veinhealthclinics.com/
Dr. Obinna Nwobi
7490 Cypress Gardens Boulevard
Winter Haven, Florida
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