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Love your legs again!

After months of bundling up, you may be looking forward to longer days of warmth and wearing your shorts and skirts again.  If the look of your varicose veins is keeping you from doing that, we have good news for you: they can be treated! Varicose Vein Treatment at Premier Vein Clinic Premier Vein Clinic […]

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Myths About Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are very common. In fact, about 3 in every 10 adults have them. Despite this, there are still a lot of misconceptions about them, which keep some people from seeking treatment. The team at Premier Vein Clinic in Knoxville wants you to be aware of the most common myths about varicose veins: Myth […]

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FREE vein screenings! Learn which treatment options are better for you.

Varicose veins are very common, especially among women. However, not everyone sees a specialist to have them checked. More than just a cosmetic problem “It’s just a cosmetic problem” – this is probably the most common misconception about varicose veins. And this what keeps some people (especially men) from seeking help. Varicose veins are more […]

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We Offer FREE Winter Vein Screenings

If you have bulging veins on your lower extremities and if you feel an aching sensation and/or itchiness in that area, then you may have varicose veins. What are varicose veins? Varicose veins are swollen twisted veins. Since they are just under the skin, these swollen veins are very much visible.  Varicose veins are usually […]

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Varicose vein treatments don’t have to be scary!

Varicose veins are more than just a cosmetic problem. If you want yours to be treated but you’re worried about the downtime it entails, the physicians at Premier Vein Clinic in Knoxville want you to know that varicose vein treatment has come a long way. What are varicose veins? Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted, and […]

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Varicose Veins Myths

With the number of Americans suffering from varicose veins (over 30 percent), you may think that people would understand more about varicose veins. Unfortunately, there are still so many myths circulating about it.  The following are some of the most common varicose vein myths and the truth behind them: Myth #1: You’ll get varicose veins […]

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Swimming for Healthy Legs

Regular physical activity is usually recommended for those with varicose veins, a condition affecting about 1 in every 4 adults in the United States. While there are several options to choose from, one of the most highly recommended activities by specialists is swimming. Why swimming can be good for those with varicose veins? There are […]

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What You Can Expect After a Varicose Vein Treatment

Topic: What You Can Expect After a Varicose Vein Treatment About 20 to 25 million Americans have varicose veins. Many of them will undergo varicose vein treatment at some point in their lives. At Premier Vein Clinic in Knoxville, we are often asked of the following questions pertaining to recovery after varicose vein treatment. Knowing […]

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Premier’s Vein TEAM

Varicose veins can be more than just a cosmetic problem. For some people, this vein condition can cause more than just discoloration on the affected site. It can cause aching, pain and discomfort. If you’re one of these people, you may have considered having your varicose vein treated. Looking for a reputable and experienced vein […]

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Free Vein Screenings Available

  Varicose veins are a common condition, often affecting the legs and the feet. Although they are usually harmless, varicose veins can be painful and disfiguring. What causes varicose veins? Varicose veins are often a result of weak/damaged valves. The tiny valves in the veins help in returning blood to the heart. They open as […]

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