Varicose veins represent a very frequent problem that has been poorly recognized and treated in the past. Many physicians have traditionally viewed varicose veins as more of an annoyance problem for their patients than a serious medical condition. That attitude is changing. The change has been brought about by several factors.
The underlying principle of treating varicose veins must be a deep understanding of the complicated physiology of venous disorders. A toolbox of diagnostic and therapeutic methods that represent a combination of new and innovative technologies, in addition to standard conservative, tried and true methods. No patient will be placed into the "one size fits all" concept for venous care. They can expect results that are customized for their individual needs.