We provide vein care services for all veterans and active military. We provide treatment and diagnosis of varicose veins, chronic venous insufficiency, venous leg ulcers, and deep vein thrombosis.
First off, on this 11th day of November, we honor all who have served and sacrifice. We greatly appreciate our military personnel. Being a military daughter myself, and then working at the VA Healthcare and providing vein care for veteran’s, I continue to be committed to providing vein care services to promote healthy legs for veterans and active military. While military personnel have some of the most fit and healthy legsamongst all of us, military personnel and even Olympic athletes even can develop vein conditions. Certain occupations are known to increase the risk of developing vein disorders, such as standing occupations. At the VA, I often saw patients who stood guard for many hours on end, or had other risk factors for developing varicose vein disease such as leg trauma, or jumping out of airplanes. The range of vein disease I frequently saw at the VA included chronic venous insufficiency and venous leg ulcers, varicose veins, and venous reflux disease.
Here at La Jolla Vein Care, we accept VA Champs, which allows VA patients to be seen at our clinic and TriCare for active military. If you would like to be seen at our clinic, please contact our Veteran and military new patient coordinator at 858-550-0330 extension 104.
Happy Veteran’s Day.