The standard of care for treating deep vein blood clots is evolving markedly. Dr. Lee discusses what you need to know.
Many people think varicose and spider veins only appear on the legs; however, we see many patients who are embarrassed to show their ankles and feet due to these conditions as well.
Dr. Lee appeared on Mass Appeal to talk about painful leg cramps and swelling caused by varicose veins and venous insufficiency.
In this article, Sclerotherapy: Everything You Need to Know about this Treatment For Making Spider Veins Disappear, on Spotlyte, our physician assistant, Ryan MacDonald, PA-C, discusses the importance of choosing a provider with extensive experience in sclerotherapy if you are considering this treatment for varicose veins.
Being jolted awake during the night with painful leg cramps is not only a rude awakening, but may also be the symptom of a more serious condition: venous insufficiency
Another New England winter is winding down, which may make you anxious to get outside for some fresh air and exercise. But before you hit the trail, review our tips to help put a spring in your step.
March is Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Awareness Month and a good opportunity to review your risk factors for developing potentially deadly blood clots known as deep vein thrombosis or DVT.
Our legs carry us up, down and all around, all year long. This February, love your legs by showing them a little extra TLC. Here are six ideas to make your legs look and feel great.