Ulcer Treatment
by Dmitry_Gorelik
 Vein Treatment Doctors
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Ulcers on or under your skin pose a serious health problem.

Venous leg ulcers usually form below your knee and result from malfunctioning vein valves. Often a chronic condition, venous ulcers can degrade your quality of life. Fortunately, vein specialist Dr. Dmitry Gorelik has a vast array of non-invasive ulcer treatment techniques at his disposal. If you’re one of the millions of Americans suffering from a venous ulcer, call the top-rated vein doctor New York at the Varicose Vein Center to schedule an appointment today. Ulcers are sores that can form inside your body or on the skin surface. Venous stasis ulcers occur below the knee and often become a debilitating condition. If you’re suffering from a leg ulcer, you’re not alone: roughly three million Americans have one as well. If you’re in NYC, visit the center for vein treatment in Manhattan for effective ulcer and vein treatments.

Venous ulcers comprise 80 percent of all lower leg ulcers. And they most often result from malfunctioning vein valves. Vein valves keep your blood flowing toward your heart and lungs. In your lower legs, those veins have to work harder to fight gravity, so they’re more likely to wear out. When these valves are damaged, your blood doesn’t flow properly and begins to pool.

Who Suffers from Venous Stasis Ulcers?

Pooling blood puts extra pressure on the vein walls in your legs. This pressure increases until blood leaks into the surrounding tissue, and that’s what often creates an ulcer. Venous ulcers develop beneath the skin, but can eventually reach the surface, where they form open sores. You may be more susceptible to developing venous ulcers if you:

  • Are older than 55 years old
  • Carry extra weight and are considered overweight or obese
  • Have a family history of vein conditions
  • Suffered from a deep vein thrombosis or a pulmonary embolism
  • Are physically inactive
  • Had multiple pregnancies
  • Had an injury or disease of the lower extremities
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