Almost 50% of population in some way suffers from a vascular disease – varicose veins or capillaries on legs emerge as a consequence of the modern way of life. All of us observe a certain stage of vascular insufficiency.
Whether it is an aesthetic or functional problem, a disease – it is necessary to treat the cause, and not only the consequences.
Varicose veins (varicosities, varices cruris) are a progressive disease – if they are not treated, symptoms can worsen over time and complications which compromise health and quality of life occur inevitably.
Varicose veins cannot disappear spontaneously, nor can they be cured with creams, gels or compresses, not even with wearing a compress, elastic band or socks – those are all just auxiliary instruments which relieve problems only temporarily and over a short period of time.
Furthermore, if only aesthetic problem of varicose veins is treated – using sclerosation or similar techniques, while ignoring the cause of their occurrence, which are non-functional vein valves, it is only a matter of time when varicose veins will appear again, and with what intensity will the disease progress.