27 Feb 2016

February Newsletter

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Q: What is an RVT and why is that important?

A: RVT stands for Registered Vascular Technologist. The sonographer helps the doctor by producing images of veins and arteries. The images are created painlessly, using soundwaves that show the structure and the movement of the veins and arteries. Not all sonographers are equal. Some medical specialties benefit from having healthcare professionals with advanced training in specific areas of the body and part of The Vein Guys® of Wisconsin commitment to Total Vein Care® is ensuring we have the best of the best when it comes to hiring the experts for our vein center. In fact, our RVT, or Registered Vascular Technologist has more than 30 years’ experience and holds both her RVT, and her RPhS. This means she’s an expert in providing highly specialized ultrasound exams that help diagnose vein disease specifically.

TALK TO THE VEIN GUYS®!

February is American Heart Month and the Vein Guys® want you to take the next steps to a healthy heart and life. Maybe that means learning more about high blood pressure and talking to your doctor about ways to improve your heart health. As snow melts and we welcome spring, maybe that means taking literal steps to healthier heart by taking a walk. Or maybe that means making healthier choices in the kitchen. Another great step toward a healthier you is a consultation with a vein expert at The Vein Guys® of Wisconsin. You’ll learn more about circulation, veins and more when you Talk to The Vein Guys®!
What do you call two birds in love? Tweethearts! This Valentine’s Day share some of these fun facts with your love courtesy of www.stvalentinesday.org:
Ever hear of wearing your heart on your sleeve? To choose a valentine in the Middle Ages, young men and women would choose a name from a bowl. They’d wear that name pinned to their sleeve for a week – which is why we say someone “wears their heart on their sleeve.”
About 3% of pet owners will actually give their pets a Valentine’s gift.
Richard Cadbury invented the first Valentines Day candy box in the late 1800s.
Women purchase 85% of all valentines.

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