March 17th, 2016. Morristown, NJ, New Jersey Vein Center announces the publication of an article on common vein doctor myths. According to the New Jersey based center, these myths may keep people from seeking help from a New Jersey vein specialist, thus putting their health at risk.
Dr. Lowell Kabnick, sole practitioner of NJVC and a top vascular doctor in New Jersey, explains, One of the most common myths about New Jersey vein specialists is that they are merely cosmetic consultants, and not real physicians. This myth could not be further from the truth. New Jersey vein treatment does involve improving how patients legs look, but even more important is improving the patients health. Vein disease is more than a cosmetic issue, because left untreated it can lead to some pretty serious medical consequences, such as DVT or deep vein thrombosis.
Another myth he notes about vein doctors is that they are all the same. While all New Jersey vascular doctors are required to have a high level of medical education and training, they may specialize in certain conditions and have more or less experience overall. Patients should also seek a vein doctor who is dedicated to vein disease, rather than one who treats lots of different medical conditions.
Dr. Kabnick advises anyone who is concerned about vein disease to make an appointment at New Jersey Vein Center for a painless venous health evaluation. For more information about vein doctors, or vein treatments, please visit the New Jersey Vein Center website at http://www.lowellkabnickmd.com.
Varicose Vein Treatment Options
Many men and women find themselves suffering from spider veins (small, reddish veins found on the skins surface) and varicose veins (larger, bulging veins that often appear blue in color). Although both genders are at risk for varicose and spider veins, women are more likely to experience them than men.
There are a number of different vein treatment options available to safely and effectively remove varicose veins. These minimally invasive treatments, which include radio frequency ablation, sclerotherapy, endovenous laser ablation, and phlebectomy, are the result of recent technological advancements and deliver optimal results without causing unnecessary downtime or unpleasant side effects.
LOWELL S. KABNICK, MD, RPHS, FACS, FACPH