Battling Vein Disease with Hamilton Vein Center

Hamilton Vein Center
Hamilton Vein Center

So often vein disease is misdiagnosed, making it difficult to treat and get on with your life. Dr. Stefan Franciosa is clinic director at Hamilton Vein Center, and he joins us in the studio along with patient Matt Harvey. Some patients describe their symptoms as a tiredness or heaviness in the legs and often is not accompanied by any visual signs. The pain or heaviness in the legs is often worse at night, or after a long day of sitting or standing. Many people attribute this pain to their muscles or old age when in fact, it could be vein disease. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms associated with leg pain, call Hamilton Vein Center to schedule a consultation with a vein specialists.

  • Aching in legs
  • Leg pain
  • Leg tiredness
  • Leg heaviness
  • Leg fatigue

As vein disorders are a medical condition, all minimally invasive treatments are covered by most insurance and Medicare. You can schedule a consultation by calling 512-551-1403 or visit Hamilton Vein Center in Round Rock or South Austin. You can also visit them online at HamiltonVein.com for more information.

Sponsored by Hamilton Vein Center. Opinions expressed by guests on this program are solely those of the guest(s) and are not endorsed by this television station.

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