OMNY Answers Varicose Vein Laser Treatment Questions

At OMNY Vein & Cardiovascular, we are consistently asked various questions to treat Varicose Veins, especially regarding Varicose Vein Laser Treatment and its safety. We applaud you for doing your research, as it is your body and finding the right vascular doctors in New York City is critical to [ ... ] Read More

Postpartum Varicose Veins: What You Should Know

During this very exciting time in your life, mothers-to-be may not pay attention to the changes that will take place in their body, especially in their legs. Deep veins, spider veins and varicose veins during and after pregnancy are several of the common signs often overlooked. Beyond cosmetic conce [ ... ] Read More

Oral Hygiene and Heart Disease: How Are They Related?

Oral hygiene is perhaps one of the first health prevention lessons that we ever receive in life. When parents tell their children to brush their teeth or floss them regularly, they are actually setting them on the path of a happy and healthy life. Maintaining a healthy mouth leads to a healthy body. [ ... ] Read More

Do Varicose Vein Creams Really Work

Varicose veins, also known as spider veins, are enlarged and twisted veins that are usually present in the legs and feet. Their enlarged state makes them visibly apparent under the skin. At first glance, it seems as though the veins are protruding out from your skin. This makes them quite unsightly, [ ... ] Read More

Top 4 Reasons to See a Cardiologist

1. The Doctor Tells You to Do So If your family practitioner advises you to see a cardiologist (or any other specialist), make the call! Your regular doctor has generally seen and examined you many times, so, when things change, he or she will see red flags rising. You need to salute those flags. Yo [ ... ] Read More

What Causes Varicose Veins?

Varicose Veins — Ugly and Dangerous Varicose veins look awful and nobody likes seeing them. Appearance aside, they can be dangerous. They can cause bleeding or blood clots in the legs and may signal a more serious condition called chronic venous insufficiency — which can lead to eczema, hard/tig [ ... ] Read More