October Newsletter

Breast Cancer Awareness – It’s more than a month. According to the American Cancer Society, about 40,290 women will die from breast cancer this year. The good news is, death from breast cancer is decreasing. The decreases are believed to be the result of earlier detection. Which is why it’s so important to schedule your.. read more →

September Newsletter

Did you know that Wisconsin is second only to New England as a destination to enjoy the leaves changing color in fall? Thousands of tourists each year flock to our beautiful state parks to witness Mother Nature’s annual color show. read more →

August Newsletter

THE VEIN GUYS® say August is a good time to think about visiting a Vein Expert to take advantage of your 2015 deductible. 1-877-747-VEIN Schedule an appointment today! august newsletter read more →

Venous Disease 101

THE VEIN-GUYS® say once Venous Disease is correctly diagnosed with an ultrasound it is there to stay unless treated. Consult with the vein experts, The Vein-Guys today! 1-877-747-VEIN read more read more →

Certain yoga moves can increase circulation

THE VEIN GUYS® say certain yoga moves can increase circulation and blood flow to fight off sickness and improve vein health. So, get down on your mat and start improving your overall health. 1-877-747-VEIN read more read more →

Are there any herbs or supplements I can take for varicose veins?

Answer: There is no substitute for a healthy lifestyle. No pill, supplement, oil or ointment will cure venous insufficiency or varicose veins. You should see a vein expert with The Vein Guys® of Wisconsin to learn more about vein disease and the proven ways it can be treated. And while it’s always best to check.. read more →

April Newsletter

THE VEIN GUYS® say April is an excellent month to take care of your veins once and for all.   read more →

FDA OKs New Varicose Vein Treatment

A new system to permanently treat varicose veins in the legs by sealing the affected veins with adhesive was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Many people with varicose veins experience no symptoms, while others have mild to moderate pain, blood clots, skin ulcers or other problems. read more read more →

Why do your legs itch when you have vein disease?

Due to the pressure in the veins, red blood cells are forced into the tissue outside the vein. The red blood cells break up releasing iron into the surrounding tissue. This in turn causes an irritation and patients begin to experience the classic symptom of “itchy legs”. If left untreated the condition can deteriorate further.. read more →