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Show Your Legs Some Love

How can you give your legs a little love this winter? It's important to take care of them, even if you aren't showing them off just yet!
How can we show our legs some love?

Vein disease is an enormous problem in the USA, afflicting five times as many people as arterial disease. In fact, by age 60, 70% of women and 40% of men will suffer from this condition. Left untreated, it can lead to a chronic, debilitating, and sometimes limb-threatening condition.

So if you’re embarrassed by bulging, swollen varicose veins, restless legs, red-blue spider veins that can become varicose veins, or other symptoms of vein disease, in honor of Valentine’s Day, you should can your legs some love by making an appointment to visit Vein Institute of Utah and have a board-certified specialist like me examine your legs.

If we determine that you have vein disease, we can schedule an upcoming appointment to perform a quick, in-office, minimally invasive procedure that can have your legs looking healthy and beautiful in time for summer swimsuit weaterh, with little or no downtime.

Winter is the perfect time to schedule an office visit. With the cold weather, you’re wearing long pants, so don’t have to be embarrassed about showing off your legs now. With proper treatment, your legs can be healthy when the warmer weather comes.

Visit their Sandy, Utah office for a free vein screening on Thursday, February 13th from 10 am to 7 pm.

Vein Institute of Utah
Thursday, February 13th, 10 am to 7 pm
909 E. 9400 South, Suite C, Sandy
(801) 285-0340

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