As we get older, we pay more attention to our bodies. Aches today might be major pains tomorrow. We learn to scan our bodies for signs that something may be amiss. It’s a fact of life that we must live with small discomforts, but when healthcare so often seems focused on the young, an older adult can be forgiven for asking: what about me?
Healthcare is a paramount concern for older adults. We understand treatment decisions must meet certain conditions. Does it fall within budget? Will it solve the problem or only alleviate it? Can I live with this problem or will it continue to get worse?
At Siragusa Vein and Laser Center, we empathize with older adults. Our vein center in Nashville seeks to treat every patient, young and old, with kindness, respect, and top quality care.
How can Siragusa Vein and Laser Center treat my vein disease?
Most people tolerate the early symptoms of vein disease, which don’t seem so bad. A little numbness, soreness, and unsightly veins never hurt anybody – right? However, vein disease left untreated will continue to worsen. Minor cases of spider veins and varicose veins often bely a larger underlying problem.
Fortunately, treatment methods for vein disease continue to improve. Siragusa Vein and Laser Center employs the latest technologies – sclerotherapy, laser and radiofrequency ablation, and vein laser surgery, to name a few – to treat spider veins and varicose veins as quickly, effectively, and comfortably as possible. Moreover, our vascular surgeon, Dr. Tif Siragusa, is an expert in his field and one of the best vein doctors in Nashville.
When should I get vein removal in Nashville?
At Siragusa Vein and Laser Center, we treat your health as our top priority. Therefore, we recommend treatment as soon as your symptoms affect your quality of life, and certainly before they become a health risk. If you seek varicose vein or spider vein treatment in Nashville, call our clinic at 615-777-0744 and schedule a free consultation. Begin the process of treatment today, and learn to love your legs again.