Along with the other good qualities you inherited, you may have also inherited the risk for developing varicose veins.
The good news is that there are lifestyle changes you can make to improve the symptoms of your veins and reduce the likelihood of them worsening. There are also minimally-invasive treatments that can be performed in the office to provide relief.
Join us Tuesday, April 4, at 12:00 p.m. for a live, interactive web chat about “Why do I have varicose veins and what can I do about it?
Dr. Rheudasil will be available to answer questions and discuss varicose vein pain prevention and treatment options. During this interactive web chat, you’ll be able to ask questions and get real-time answers from our Emory Healthcare professional.
Register now for the April 4th chat bit.ly/2nyKb7P.
About Dr. Rheudasil
Mark Rheudasil, MD, graduated magna cum laude from Abilene Christian University in Texas and he earned his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas in 1983. He completed a general surgery internship and residency program at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and also completed a fellowship in vascular surgery at Emory University in 1989.
Dr. Rheudasil is a board certified vascular surgeon. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the Society for Vascular Surgery and the American Venous Forum. He is also a member the Southern Association for Vascular Surgery and is a past President of the Georgia Vascular Society and the Atlanta Vascular Society.