Symptoms of venous disease may range from very mild to very severe and vary considerably from patient to patient. Some patients with very advanced and serious venous disorders may have minimal symptoms while others who experience considerable pain may have only very tiny abnormal veins.
Because some of the symptoms of venous disease can be similar to symptoms from back or nerve disorders, joint problems, or arterial problems, it is not uncommon to find patients whose venous problems have been disregarded or missed entirely by a primary care physician.
If you have any of the following symptoms, we recommend that you contact us so that your condition can be reviewed. It’s not uncommon for patients to experience vast improvements and relief from pain, discomfort and swelling.
"Dr. Daugherty is such an amazing doctor and makes sure you are taken care of. I suffered with leg pain for years, I had a procedure done was in 2010 where I had coils placed in the ovarian vein to try to relieve pain and it was unsuccessful. I had surgery on march 19, 2014 to…" -- C.B.