Over 40 million Americans suffer daily with painful, swollen legs as a result of venous disease. This condition is the result of faulty valves in the veins and is called venous insufficiency. This could cause inflammation of the tissues around the vein, causing leg pain, swelling, bulging varicose veins, heaviness, restlessness, cramps, skin discoloration, numbness, tingling, ulcers, and blood clots.
The Reston Vein Center at GW Medical Faculty Associates located on the campus of the Reston Hospital Center, offers free vein screenings to detect venous disease. If you suffer from leg pain, such as aching or burning, leg swelling or heaviness, numbness or tingling, skin changes, or varicose veins, then you should call us for a free screening.
If you are interested in a free vein screening at our office, please call (571) 313-0349. We offer free screenings every Wednesday from 1 PM to 3 PM.