You may have one last vacation planned for the summer, but long hours in the car or plane might leave you with achy, swollen legs and even blood clots in the limbs. It’s uncomfortable and also can be dangerous – dehydration, low cabin pressure on flights, and
If you’re ever on the golf course with Dr. Jason Roberts, watch your socks. That’s where Dr. Roberts often notices symptoms of venous insufficiency, commonly known as varicose veins. In a radio interview with WSOS 99.5 St. Augustine Radio, Dr. Roberts discussed the symptoms of varicose veins, why women experience it more often than men, noticing “sock disease”
At First Coast Cardiovascular Institute, we often see patients who complain of leg pain. This pain is often described as an “aching” or “cramping” in the legs. When this pain is matched with other symptoms, including tiredness, restlessness, burning, throbbing, or heaviness in the legs, then you may be suffering from pain associated with varicose veins and spider veins.