Why Treatment of Varicose Veins is Necessary?
In these unprecedented times of the coronavirus pandemic, it has been strongly advised for everyone, especially those above 65 years of age to stay at home.
Although it is essential to take all preventive measures to safeguard yourself from the widespread Covid-19 virus infection, it is not wise to overlook your existing medical conditions as they can worsen over time and lead to severe health complications.
Varicose veins are harmless if asymptomatic but if you experience pain and discomfort along with a feeling of throbbing in the affected area, you must not ignore them. These damaged veins are a prominent sign of an underlying issue with blood circulation.
Veins in our body are supposed to pump blood back to the heart whereas the varicose veins tend to pool blood in the legs. This undesired accumulation of blood leads to swelling and is the primary reason for varicose veins patients to complain of heaviness in the legs and inability to walk or move around.
Although it is not an emergency medical condition, varicose veins certainly require expert medical care. Delay or lack of treatment is likely to cause skin ulcers, chronic venous insufficiency, and blood clots in the deep veins (DVT).
How can you get Treatment during Covid-19?
At Avis Vascular Centre, we care for you and your loved ones. We understand that prevention from Covid-19 is important but so is your vascular health. Prioritizing the treatment of varicose veins is essential and can work wonders for your overall health and well-being.
To be able to serve you in the best possible manner and minimize the risk of Covid-19, we have designed stringent protocols and ensure that social distancing is being followed by everyone and at all times.
We have placed strict preventive measures in place to ensure the highest standards of safety from the coronavirus outbreak for our doctors, support staff, patients, and their attendants.
- Face masks are necessary for everyone
- Doctors have been provided with PPE kits
- Face shields are mandatory for all support staff
- Hand sanitizers have been installed everywhere in the hospital
- Regular sanitization drives are conducted at the premises
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You can get rid of your varicose veins in a single day. At Avis Vascular Centre, we offer painless and scar-less laser treatment for varicose veins which is performed as a day care procedure.
Your treatment is carried out as an outpatient procedure, there is no need for hospitalization. You can go back home on the same day and resume your office from the next day after the procedure.
Dr. Rajah V Koppala is a highly acclaimed interventional radiologist who specializes in this minimally invasive endovenous laser treatment of varicose veins. He has successfully completed 12000+ procedures and is renowned for his clinical excellence.
Avis Hospitals has world-class medical facilities for the treatment of varicose veins. It has a modern infrastructure and the latest medical equipment for the best-in-class treatment of patients from all different age groups.
In this tough time of the coronavirus crisis, we are not leaving any stone unturned to ensure the best possible healthcare assistance is made available to one and all. We are offering a FREE duplex ultrasound scan to all varicose veins patients.
Timely treatment for varicose veins is as important, if not more, as prevention from Covid-19. Do not delay the check-up and treatment of varicose veins due to the fear of coronavirus contraction. Over time, varicose veins can get worse and even more difficult to treat.
If you are a non-local patient, please reach out to us. We will help you with the letter for authorization to travel to Avis Vascular Centre for treatment of varicose veins.
Visit Avis Vascular Centre for a detailed medical check-up, thorough diagnosis, and effective treatment. Ensure to wear a face-mask, use sanitizer frequently, and avoid touching your face during your visit to Avis Vascular Centre.
We are with you in fighting against coronavirus and vascular disorders. Book your appointment today!