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Doctor Karamanoukian Offers Free Copies of His Book - "Treatment Options for Chronic Venous Insufficiency" - Buffalo Vein Specialist
Friday, July 12, 2013




If you experience bulging leg veins, aching and pain in the legs, heaviness, tiredness of the legs, itching and burning along bulging veins, restless legs or leg swelling, you may have symptomatic varicose veins that warrant evaluation and treatment.


Varicose veins can become enlarged and in some cases quite prominent. They can be seen in some individuals as serpiginous (snakelike), raised lumps in the thighs, legs, calves and ankles. 


The first reference to the treatment of varicose veins is credited to Hippocrates in the 4th Century BC. He used a "slender piece of iron" to traumatize varicose veins and thereby cause clotting of the vein. Another description is of historical note with removal of a varicose vein in the Roman Consul member Caius Marcus by Plutarch - of note, no anesthesia was used and when the surgeon went to do the same operation on his other leg, he is noted to have said " I see the cure is not worth the pain". Things have changed a lot since that time and the procedures done today are done in the comfort of an office setting with little or no discomfort! Over 98% of patients who have vein procedures at the Vein Treatment Center return to work within 24 hours. We encourage all of our patients to resume ALL physical activities immediately, including using the treadmill, walking, jogging, running, elliptical machines, yoga (traditional and hot), zumba, bicycling and so on ...


Dr. Hratch Karamanoukian is a member of the American College of Phlebology AND a Diplomate of the American Board of Phlebology. He can be contacted by calling 716-839-3638 or 


Dr. Raffy Karamanoukian and Dr. Hratch Karamanoukian have authored 6 books about venous disease. The books are available on Amazon Kindle and Nook books for download.


If you want a free pdf copy of this book, contact Dr. Karamanoukian via





Treatment Options for Chronic Venous Insufficiency



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