Venous Insufficiency is Treatable

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Total Vein Care has made a long term commitment to the market place and is pleased to announce the repositioning of its brand as a patient centered medical care provider. Total Vein Care has recently completed a comprehensive review of its patient information and the processes by which it is extended to the public to whom Dr. Steven Kaufman, its founder, provides personalized care to every patient.

In an effort to continue its commitment to providing state of the art vein care to patients in Colorado and beyond, Total Vein Care has made a long term commitment to the market place and is pleased to announce the repositioning of its brand as a patient centered medical care provider. Total Vein Care has recently completed a comprehensive review of its patient information and the processes by which it is extended to the public to whom Dr. Steven Kaufman, its founder, provides personalized care to every patient.

“We see highly specialized vein care as a need for many more patients than might be generally appreciated. It is a fact that over half of the public will suffer from some form of vein disease and it is very treatable. We want to encourage anyone that is experiencing symptoms of pain and fatigue or just reluctance to remain active in life, to come by and see us,” commented Dr. Kaufman. He further stated… “So often I see patients that have gradually withdrawn from activities because they just don’t feel well or they are concerned on how their legs look. There is absolutely no need for that. Today’s treatments are quick, effective and have extremely low risk. There is no need to avoid treating your legs.”

Diseases of superficial veins are common, relatively easy to treat, and, with treatment, rarely life-threatening. Eliminating venous insufficiency will improve physical functioning and quality of life. In the absence of appropriate medical care, patients risk disability and life-threatening complications, such as deep venous thrombosis. Communication between the physician and patients will lead to appropriate use of therapies that will reduce health risk and enhance quality of life.

Total Vein Care has been located in Fort Collins, Colorado at 1136 East Stuart Street #4102 Fort Collins, CO 80525 since 2006. Dr. Steven L. Kaufman’s practice is dedicated to the care of venous disease with the most common treatment being for venous insufficiency. Dr. Kaufman utilizes the most modern technologies and practices to restore his patients to healthy and active lives. Total Vein Care provides screenings for vein disease at no cost and encourages all patients to seek care for medical concerns they may have had for years and have been reluctant to pursue. For more information, please contact Dr. Kaufman at (970) 498-8346 or stop in and talk with one of his onsite medical staff.

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