Chronic Venous Insufficiency
If you have leg pain, bulging veins and swelling, you could have chronic venous insufficiency, a condition affecting blood flow from leg veins to the heart. The condition often develops after a blood clot known as a deep vein thrombosis. With effective treatment, you can feel better and return to a healthy, active life.
Chronic venous insufficiency: Why choose Henry Ford?
Vascular specialists at Henry Ford have advanced training and expertise in treating chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) and other venous diseases. We provide expert care to improve your symptoms and treat the underlying causes of CVI.
The Henry Ford Vein Center provides:
- Coordinated care for all your needs: The Henry Ford Vein Center is the only comprehensive program in southeast and south central Michigan for managing venous conditions. Our board-certified vascular surgeons and vascular medicine specialists work to understand what you’re experiencing. We provide minimally invasive therapies for everything related to blood vessels. If you need treatment for related symptoms, we coordinate with Henry Ford doctors in other departments.
- Specialized vascular testing: We meet the highest standards for ultrasound and other technologies to diagnose vascular disease. Our vascular technologists have advanced training in imaging and other tests to diagnose CVI and monitor your long-term health. Our specialized vascular labs have received accreditation from the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission.
- Advanced, minimally invasive care: Each year, our doctors perform hundreds of procedures requiring only needle punctures or tiny incisions. By helping a large number of people, we’ve developed the skills and experience to treat complex CVI and prevent complications. Most procedures are outpatient, so you go home the same day, with little to no downtime.
- Convenient locations: You can see our vein experts at locations across southeast and south central Michigan. For testing, our vascular labs are located next to our vein clinics.