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DVT: Myths vs Facts

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot in the large veins of the leg, arm, or pelvis. There is a lot of misinformation out there surrounding DVTs, but as a commonly underdiagnosed and serious – yet pr…
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Can Tomatoes Cure Varicose Veins?

We are often asked by our patients if certain diets can cure or treat varicose veins. Often we hear very specific questions about types of foods, such as tomatoes. While it is tempting to think there are diets…
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INOVIA® first in Oregon to treat patients with VenaSeal Closure System

INOVIA® Vein Specialty Center will be the first in Oregon to treat patients with venous reflux disease using the VenaSeal™ closure system. The VenaSeal™ closure system is a new, minimally invasive procedure tha…
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Yoga Can Help Varicose Veins: 5 Poses to Try at Home

Patients frequently ask us if activities like yoga can cure or treat varicose veins.  It is true that healthy activities help patients live in better health while experiencing fewer symptoms of varicose veins l…
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Varicose Veins and Athletes

You can still develop varicose veins even if you are healthy and exercise regularly. The reality is that even athletes can develop varicose veins. Certain sports can increase the likelihood of occurrence as the…
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Do Compression Socks Work?

Yes! Compression socks can reduce muscle soreness after exercise and shorten recovery time. Wearing compression socks regularly relieves tightness, aching, swelling and pain caused by varicose veins.  There are…
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Enable the INOVIA® Patient Portal Today!

As we continue in our efforts to provide our patients with the highest quality of care, we are constantly looking for methods of working together with you to ensure that you are not only aware of, but also invo…
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Varicose Veins During Pregnancy, a Common Problem

Pregnancy and childbearing brings many exciting changes to a family. It can also result in the development or progression of varicose veins.  This is due to a number of physiologic changes during pregnancy.  Th…
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Why Do Varicose Veins Hurt?

Nearly 1 in 5 people will develop varicose veins in their lifetime, but the extent to which varicose veins will affect quality of life will differ. While some patients have little to no pain, and may not even r…
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Dr. Jones Presents VeClose Trial Data at the ACP

INOVIA® participated in the national Veclose trial, a randomized control trial comparing VenaSeal Sapheon Closure System with Radiofrequency Ablation (ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier:NCT01807585).  Covidien…
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