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Conditions We Treat

As a comprehensive treatment location, the Venous Health Program encompasses all variations of venous disease. Our team of physicians will work closely with you to deliver the most appropriate therapy.

Venous Thromboembolism

Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) affects nearly 1 million Americans every year, many of whom are hospitalized as a result. It is also the third most common vascular disease, after heart disease and stroke. VTE includes the following conditions:

Varicose Veins and Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Complex Venous Management

Sometimes venous disease is caused by anatomical abnormalities rather than common risk factors. Management of these conditions in someone who is asymptomatic is most often risk reduction. For those individuals that are symptomatic with a history of venous thrombosis, long-term anticoagulation, as well as interventional therapy, may be appropriate. 

Patients with arterial venous malformations are referred to the U-M AVM Plastic Surgery Center, while patients with lymphedema are referred to Occupational Therapy or Physical Therapy.