What to Expect After Vein Ablation

Have you considered vein ablation to treat your varicose veins? We can complete this procedure in our office in about an hour. There is no scarring because we use radio frequency through a catheter to collapse the offending veins and then they are simply absorbed into...
Dealing with Varicose Veins

Dealing with Varicose Veins

Many people may not realize that these swollen and sometimes raised veins are related. Varicose veins are most often located in the legs and the lower portion of the body. What Are They? Varicose veins are lumpy, bulging, blue veins, that are swollen and twisted, and...
Avoiding Workplace Venous Risks

Avoiding Workplace Venous Risks

At Abella Health, we’re about every element of varicose vein and spider vein treatment. Our services include everything from lab and cardiac stress testing to vital treatments for these venous conditions that can be both unsightly and damaging to health. We’re also...
Taking Care of Your Veins

Taking Care of Your Veins

While genetics is connected to the development of varicose veins and spider veins, there is still plenty you can do to ease the pain and discomfort they cause, as well as prevent further problems. We want you to know how diet, exercise and other lifestyle changes can...
Relationship Between Heart and Venous Issues

Relationship Between Heart and Venous Issues

For those who have varicose veins or other venous issues, it’s common to worry about the heart as well. All issues of veins and arteries connect back to the heart in some ways, so it’s natural to wonder how problems in other areas of the body relate back to the heart...