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Varicose veins are generally considered unsightly by most, and most certainly, no one wants to have to deal with them on their own body. Varicose veins are identified by being twisted and enlarged, making them easily visible beneath the surface of the skin. It is most common for varicose veins to affect the legs, and every person is different in how it shows up on their body. At first, varicose veins are usually not much of an issue other than what you can see, but over time they become painful and lead to even worse problems if they go untreated. At this point, things will only get worse without going to a vein clinic and seeing an experienced vein doc. 

Metro Vein Centers 

Dr. Ali Meslemani founded Metro Vein Centers back in 2006 with a specific focus on treating varicose veins, which has become increasingly common over the years. Metro Vein has several centers around the country in Texas, New Jersey, Michigan, and New York. Currently, Metro consists of more than a dozen licensed medical doctors that have extensive experience in treating all manner of vein conditions, including varicose and spider veins, which are the most common. 

When things get bad with varicose veins, it can make it difficult to move around, and sometimes the pain is just too great for people to deal with. Metro Vein Centers have specialized in minimally invasive surgeries to help treat patients without keeping them bedside for extended periods of time. The company has a range of tested clinical procedures at the ready to help their patients reduce the sight of bulging veins and live healthier lives without pain in the future. 

Vein Doc Tonie Reincke 

Tonie Reincke is a Metro Vein medical doctor with more than twenty years of experience as a radiologist currently working at the Metro Vein Center in Texas. Tonie earned her degree after graduating from Wayne State University School of Medicine. During her studies, Tonie Reincke completed an Interventional Radiology Fellowship and a Radiology residency at the Detroit Medical Center. Not long after graduation, Tonie earned her board certification from the American Board of Radiology and Diagnostic Radiology.

Medical research is always ongoing and new medical treatments are continuously being developed, which is why it is important for any doctor to practicing and learning on a regular basis to stay at the top of their game. Tonie has been training with expert physicians from around the country for more than a decade to improve her capabilities in vein treatment, and in 2017, she was even named the best vein doctor in Fort Bend by Living Magazine. 

Varicose Vein Prevention Tips

It’s safe to say that anyone reading this is aware of what varicose actually are and what they look like on the body. But the important question is, how can they be prevented in the first place before need the help of a medical specialist like Dr. Tonie Reincke? Tonie has a few tips for helping prevent varicose veins and how someone can spot the signs that they may be coming. 

As expected, a healthy vein allows the blood to flow freely, which is mostly unnoticeable under the skin. Varicose veins are caused when blood flow is not working properly and the veins become swollen through lack of blood flow. Varicose veins can be a range of different colors, including purple or blue, and they can appear to be bulging or just spidering underneath the surface. 

Some of the best ways, which are also very simple, to keep the veins healthy is to exercise. Also, it helps to keep body weight at optimal levels so the veins do not get compressed. Spending too much time standing up or even sitting down can also hurt blood flow over time, so it is important to vary the kinds of activities you are doing throughout the day. Maintaining a healthy diet and exercise regimen can keep most people from needing to visit the vein doctor, but if it happens, seeing a vein specialist is a necessity.