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Hand Varicose Veins

Hand Veins: True varicose veins on the hand caused by a serious underlying health problem are rare. They may be caused by an obstruction of the deep veins of the arm, for example by a deep vein thrombosis or by compression of the deep veins by a cervical rib (an extra rib in the neck) but in the vast majority of cases, the arm and hand veins function normally and they look prominent because the person has a very low body fat, or because the structures that support the hand veins have become very thin…. Continue reading »

New Hands for Christmas

Hand Veins Before

Enlarged Prominent Hand Veins Before Treatment

Today I met Rebbecca just a few weeks after I started treating her hand veins. Rebecca is a lovely lady who in nearly every respect looks younger than her age, except for her hands. When we first met, her hands were boney and she had large veins that made her hands look much older than the rest of her.  Now, the improvement has been dramatic and her hands look 20 years younger. I treated Rebbecca with a … Continue reading »