Leg Ulcers Due to Poor Circulation

Leg Ulcers Due to Poor Circulation

Leg ulcers are one of the most prominent signs of peripheral vascular disease (PVD). However, it is worth understanding that poor blood flow circulation may occur both due to peripheral arterial disease (PAD) or peripheral venous disease (PVD). These conditions affect...
Diabetic Foot Infection – Veins And Vascular

Diabetic Foot Infection – Veins And Vascular

Metabolic disorders like obesity and diabetes are on the rise. For example, more than 11% of the population is living with diabetes in the US. It means that in some urban areas, even more than 15% of people may be living with diabetes, considering that diabetes...
Leg Swelling and Lymphedema

Leg Swelling and Lymphedema

Leg swelling is not a rare complaint and may occur for many reasons. It happens due to the accumulation of body fluids in the lower extremities. If both legs are swollen, it indicates some generalized disease condition, like heart disease, kidney issues, and even...
Management of Diabetic Ulcers Due to Arterial Insufficiency

Management of Diabetic Ulcers Due to Arterial Insufficiency

Diabetes has emerged as one of the most significant health problems. About 10% of people are living with diabetes globally, including in the US. However, what is worrisome is that cases of diabetes continue to rise. Data shows that one-third of the US population is...
Non-Surgical Management of Legs Varicose Veins and Swelling

Non-Surgical Management of Legs Varicose Veins and Swelling

Varicose veins are one of the most common health problems. It is also a significant aesthetic issue. It is estimated that almost close to one-fourth of adults in the US have varicose veins. If less significant issues like telangiectasis and reticular veins are...