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VEIN HEALTH SCREENING

 Do you experience leg discomfort?

Do not ignore any leg pain, skin changes, etc. You can be at risk of the following venous diseases. Varicose veins, peripheral Arterial Disease, Restless-Leg Syndrome, Pelvic Discomfort, Please complete the form below to see if you are at risk.

Leg Vein Screening

Varicose veins and spider veins in your legs are not always cosmetic but a blood circulation problem. Not many people look for help at the onset of it but when it is more advanced. This can be caused by the fact that symptoms build up slowly, they can easily be associated with aging and are non-urgent. Do not ignore any leg pain or discomfort, screen here for your leg vein health or ASK DR.O

RISK ASSESSMENT - VEIN SCREENING FORM

Choose the applicable

If your answer is YES to any of the above, you are at risk.  Please submit the form and the office will call you back within 24 hours

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​Pelvic congestion syndrome is the cause of pelvic pain or pelvic discomfort in approximately 20 – 30% of females. However it is rarely diagnosed.  Therefore to help patients who think that they might have Pelvic Congestion Syndrome, we have designed this free online Pelvic Congestion Syndrome screening questionnaire which will give you some indication as to whether you might have Pelvic Congestion Syndrome.

 

Please complete this questionnaire to see if you are at risk

Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

Pelvic congestion syndrome is caused by varicose ovarian veins which oftenly connect to varicose veins in the pelvis and sometimes the legs. These are in turn caused by vein strain and hormones. Vein walls weaken and the valves malfunction, so blood that is supposed to propel back to the heart instead pools, turning your veins varicose. Enlarged veins in the pelvis seem to play a major role. It happens mostly in women of childbearing age.

PELVIC PAIN OR DISCOMFORT?

Do you suffer from any of the following?
If so are

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PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE (PAD)

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a common condition in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to the arms or legs. The legs or arms (usually the legs) don't receive enough blood flow to keep up with demand. This may cause leg pain when walking as well as other symptoms. People with PAD are at significantly increased risk for stroke and heart attack. Please complete the screening questionnaire to help determine if you have symptoms of PAD.

This is a common condition in which narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to the arms or legs. The legs or arms (usually the legs) don't receive enough blood flow to keep up with demand. This may cause leg pain when walking as well as other symptoms.
Please complete the screening questionnaire to help determine if you have symptoms of PAD

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RESTLESS-LEG SYNDROME

It is not uncommon for RLS and Varicose Veins to coexist. Several studies indicate that as many as 22% of those with RLS also have abnormal blood circulation in their lower legs. This is called chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) which causes varicose veins. When restless legs occur with varicose veins, it can be improved significantly by treating the varicose veins. Screen here to check if you are likely suffering from Restless Leg (RLS). If your screening results indicate that you are most likely suffering from (RLS) here is what to expect

Have you had any of the following symptoms:
These sensations are:
When are your symptoms worse?

If your answer is YES to any of the above, you are at risk.  Please submit the form and the office will call you back within 24 hours

Thanks for submitting!

Employee Vein Health Assessment 

Are your employees on their feet all the time? Are they sitting at a desk non-stop? Do they experience discomfort, leg pain, swelling?
Certain occupations CVI is higher in occupations require you to be on your feet ... can be at risk for developing chronic venous insufficiency.
Call for workplace vein assessment and treatment for your employees.

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