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VeinRecovery.com, the revolutionary online resource for vein conditions, announces a BETA launch of their new service.

Irvine, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2014

VeinRecovery.com has successfully launched its BETA site in response to a unanimous clamouring among vein professionals for a high-quality site devoted to vein conditions and treatment options. The online property has also announced revolutionary plans to scale up the website in upcoming weeks and months, providing a much needed resource service for patients and providers alike.

The online service has already been overwhelmingly embraced by physicians and other medical professionals within the venous industry. The site offers a fresh perspective to the world of online medical information, with tools and resources for both patients and professionals to get the latest information on vein conditions and treatments and interact with others in the industry. In addition, VeinRecovery.com is presented in a modern, mobile-friendly format that is easy to use and up to date on recent discoveries and innovations in management and treatment of vein conditions.

We are excited to see this site come to fruition, VeinRecovery.com founder Dave Sveen stated. With such a prevalence of vein conditions in this country today, it is important for patients and medical professionals to have a reliable resource for information and the ability to interact with others in the industry.

According to the Vascular Disease Foundation, chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) may be present in as many as 20 percent of the adults in the United States. Between 20 and 25 million Americans may have varicose veins, one of the most visible signs of CVI. In addition to the aesthetic concerns surrounding varicose veins, the affected veins can also cause uncomfortable physical symptoms like pain, swelling, skin discoloration and the formation of open skin sores.

Despite the prevalence of vein conditions in this country, many individuals are uninformed about the causes, complications and treatment options associated with varicose veins. As a result, many may suffer in silence because they dont realize help is available. With many minimally-invasive treatment options available for venous conditions like varicose veins today, patients are often pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to eliminate unsightly, painful varicose veins with little disruption to their daily life.

Patients may also be unaware of the risks associated with their conditions. Left unchecked, venous insufficiency can progress to the formation of serious skin ulcers that can be difficult to treat and have a high recurrence rate. When patients get informed about early signs of vein disease, they can begin working with a professional when treatment is likely to be least invasive and most successful.

VeinRecovery.com is designed as a resource for patients dealing with vein issues, providing information and networks where patients can find experienced professionals to diagnose and treat their conditions. Information about various type of vein conditions, as well as descriptions of the latest and most popular vein treatments will be provided in content that is easy to read and understand. Patients can educate themselves about their options before contacting a professional to schedule a consultation.

Physicians will also find VeinRecovery.com to be a valuable resource for information and interface with other professionals in the venous industry. The site has plans to launch a platform for physicians, allowing them to interact with users and provide knowledge and industry experience to help other physicians and patients alike. In a constantly changed field of medicine, it can be difficult for vascular specialists to stay abreast of the latest technology and treatment options. VeinRecovery.com plans to provide the resource professionals need to network and remain informed in their own industry.

There are already nearly 1,000 physicians listed on the website with several hundred of them Verified. During the initial BETA phase, VeinRecovery.com will encourage the physicians listed on the site to manage their profiles. At the same time, the site will call out to all physicians not currently listed to join by completing the form on the website, or by contacting info(at)veinrecovery(dot)com directly.

Patients will have the chance to locate experienced physicians in their area. Information about vascular specialists will be provided, allowing patients to make informed choices about the best providers for their specific needs. Professionals may discover others in their community with the same knowledge and experience, which can help to expand and enhance the vascular medicine community in general.

VeinRecovery.com plans to be the first of its kind, offering valuable new tools and resources not currently offered by other websites. The user-friendly format will also have a strong social media presence on Facebook to allow physicians and other users a chance to stay in front of the latest news and information regarding venous conditions. The mobile-friendly site will also allow users access to information from any location for ultimate convenience and ease of use.

VeinRecovery.com is an online venous resource serving physicians and individuals suffering from venous disease. For more information, go to http://www.veinrecovery.com.

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