The Best Peripheral Vascular Disease Doctors in DFW Saved My Legs

Jeff*, a 43-year-old man from Fort Worth, Texas, was diagnosed with peripheral vascular disease (PVD) by a vascular surgeon in central Texas. In peripheral vascular disease (PVD), also known as peripheral arterial disease (PAD), there is significant amount of calcium and plaque inside the arteries causing them to become hard and narrowed. This results in … Continue reading The Best Peripheral Vascular Disease Doctors in DFW Saved My Legs

Leg Cramping

Leg Cramping is a Common Symptom of Venous Disease An extremely common symptom of venous disease in the legs is cramping. Cramping is most often worse at night, or after a long day of sitting or standing. The cramping sensation is often an indication that fluid is accumulating during the day due to increased venous … Continue reading Leg Cramping

Itching / Burning On The Legs

Why are My Legs Itching / Burning? Itching and/or burning on the legs may be an indication of an underlying venous issue such as varicose veins or spider veins. They may be centered around a cluster of prominent spider veins or visible varicose veins. A throbbing sensation may be an additional symptom along with the itching … Continue reading Itching / Burning On The Legs

Dialysis Access Interventions

Dialysis and Access Interventions are minimally invasive procedures performed to improve or restore blood flow in a fistula and AV grafts dialysis patients. Dialysis and Access Intervention may be recommended to treat: 1. Narrowing of veins or blood vessels attached to dialysis fistula or grafts. When there is decreased function in a graft or fistula, … Continue reading Dialysis Access Interventions