Venous Reflux disease develops when the valves within the legs, that keep blood flowing out of the legs and back to the heart, become damaged or diseased. This common condition affects 75 million Americans, and if left untreated can become debilitating and in some cases life threatening.
Venous Reflux disease may not be visible to the naked eye. Common symptoms can include:
It is estimated that approximately 80% of all Venous Reflux disease is due to patient heredity. Other key factors include:
Before and after pictures represent clinical models for illustration purposes.