Do your legs swell or cramp? ….
Well, there are a number of factors that could cause the swelling or the cramps in your legs. The most common cause of leg swelling or cramping is muscle tension. Rigorous exercise, especially if not well warmed up, and overuse of particular muscles can cause cramps. Other general causes of leg swelling and cramps include dehydration, muscle strain and either standing or sitting in the same way for too long. More serious causes for leg swelling include inadequate supply of blood to the legs. This can be caused by swollen veins in leg Chicago which limit the supply of blood to the leg. This Chicago swollen vein in leg is referred to as varicose vein. Lack of enough minerals like calcium can also make the leg cramp.
Description of Procedure
We use Focus Guided Imaging Technology (FGI) to achieve a high success rate performing vein ablation procedures.
Healing & Downtime
After your procedure your leg will be wrapped in a compression bandage and you will be up and walking the same day. You will be able to resume light routine activity the next day and athletic or strenuous activities within several days to a couple of weeks depending on your specific case.