Patients we see typically experience burning legs from a circulation problem that impairs blood flow to the legs, a leg injury, or neuropathy. Visit one of our providers to reduce symptoms and treat the underlying cause.
Coldness and Numbness in the Legs
When damaged and diseased veins are unable to circulate blood and oxygen completely through the legs, many patients experience cold legs and numbing sensations. Our providers offer minimally invasive treatments to improve blood flow, thus oxygenating the legs to restore warmth and feeling.
Edema and Swelling
Fluid retention in legs and other extremities can result in swelling, also known as edema. Poor blood flow due to varicose veins and other venous conditions commonly cause edema and other painful symptoms.
Leg itching alone may indicate an allergy or sensitivity to an environmental trigger. However, when coupled with one or more other symptoms, itching can be tied to venous disease. Our vascular specialists diagnose and treat varicose veins and other circulation issues to keep your legs from itching and hurting.
While the occasional leg cramp may occur due to straining the leg muscles, daily leg cramps are a symptom of circulation problems. An evaluation by a vascular specialist is recommended to diagnose the vein condition and develop a treatment plan to improve vein function.
Leg Hair Loss
One of our vascular providers can determine if loss of leg hair is due to age related hormone changes or something more serious. When accompanied by other symptoms such as open sores, varicose veins, and skin discoloration, leg hair loss can indicate an underlying vein condition. Better blood flow in veins is possible with minimally invasive treatments.
Failing valves in the venous system interrupts blood flow, causing it to pool in the legs. Many patients experience leg pain from these enlarged, damaged veins. Learn about the best treatment option for your leg pain by visiting with one of our vascular specialist providers.
Similar to leg itching, a leg rash alone may be a reaction to an allergy or sensitivity. But if combined with other symptoms such as open ulcers and discoloration, leg rash may be associated with a blood circulation problem. Diagnosis and treatment by one of our vascular providers can restore blood flow and improve the look of your legs.
Pooling blood and poor circulation can result in discolored legs, requiring treatment to return adequate blood flow to the legs. Our vascular specialists help patients determine why their legs look red, purple, and blue.
Wounds do not heal well when there are obstacles to proper circulation. Diabetes and venous disease reduce blood flow, causing wounds to fester, get infected, and if left untreated, become gangrenous. These open sores and ulcers are challenging to treat. Our vascular specialists are experts in treating diseased veins the cause of ulcers, open sores, and wounds, helping to avoid the risk of amputation.