venous ulcer treatment in sebring

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If you’ve noticed a painful, shallow sore, oftentimes on the inside of the calves, you may have a venous ulcer. Venous ulcers can be caused by any number of vein disorders. They don’t heal on their own, and without diligent care, will progressively worsen, putting you at risk for infection.

The vein experts at Florida Lakes Vein Center are more than capable of fast and accurate diagnosis and treatment of venous ulcers. With the help of our team, patients across Central Florida can return to optimal health!

Discover A Broad Scope of Advanced Vein Treatments

Are you frustrated with unsightly and uncomfortable vein disorders? Our team provides cutting-edge treatments for vein disease. Visit Florida Lakes Vein Center—”It’s a No Veiner!”

Varicose Veins

Varicose vein treatments include VenaSeal, Varithena, and more.

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Spider Veins

We treat spider veins with sclerotherapy and other non-invasive procedures.

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Deep Vein Thrombosis

Effective treatment for deep vein thrombosis include anticoagulant therapy among other approaches.

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Venous Ulcers

We provide effective wound care services for venous ulcers that struggle to heal.

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How We Develop Your Venous Ulcer Treatment Plan

Each patient who comes for venous ulcer treatment in Sebring undergoes a thorough vein screening and consultation process. Then, we determine the best approach to treat you!

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What Causes Venous Ulcers?

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

When you suffer from chronic venous insufficiency, blood will pool in your lower extremities, greatly increasing the pressure within those veins. This could eventually cause veins to rupture, leading their containing fluid to break down nearby skin.

Damaged Veins

Damaged veins, whether from surgery, inflammation, infection, or other injury, are another leading cause of venous ulcers.

Additional Risk Factors

Certain factors can increase your likelihood of developing venous ulcers. These include:

  • Varicose veins
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Blockage of lymph vessels
  • Aging
  • Being overweight
  • Smoking
  • Pregnancy
  • Genetics/Family history

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About Florida Lakes Vein Center

Florida Lakes Vein Center leads the way in treating venous ulcers in Sebring. Top-of-the-line vein specialists Gregg Shore, MD, Francesca Mertan, Pa-C, and TC Lackey II, DO, lead a team of competent professionals who take the time to listen to patients and obtain a comprehensive medical history before recommending any vein treatment.

Our expert medical team has helped more than 1,000 patients across the region with their venous ulcers and other vein disease.

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