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Office Expansion and Remodeling

Posted: August 14, 2018   |   Revised: September 18, 2018

New Construction at Vein Care Center 2018New construction at VeinCare Centers of Tennessee expands office space by 1,300 ft2.

We have expanded our office to allow for more diagnostic vascular ultrasound testing. We are also remodeling additional space for a cutting edge office-based catheterization lab. The lab will have a state-of-the-art X-ray fluoroscope, which we will use for imaging of endovascular procedures and intravascular ultrasound.

With the advent of techniques allowing out-patient treatment of most abdominal and pelvic venous obstructions, we are making the procedures more efficient with the convenience of treatment in the office. This will also substantially reduce the cost to the patient compared to treatment in a hospital. As a result, these changes will allow us to offer these services to more patients.

The most common cause of pelvic vein obstruction is compression of the iliac vein in the pelvis. This compression often occurs because the iliac artery and spine squeeze the iliac vein. Other causes may include an ovarian or uterine growth or, occasionally, cancer in the pelvis or abdomen.

Symptoms can include chronic leg swelling or pain, chronic pelvic pain, deep pelvic pain with intercourse, or varicose veins in the genitalia. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, give us a call at (931) 246-9155.

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