vein treatment in Bergen County Archives - Cross County Cardiology

October 12th, 2017. Hackensack, NJ. Cross County Cardiology, a state-of-the-art vein center in New Jersey is announcing the publication of a new article that discusses how they take advantage of advanced technology to treat vein disease. According to these New Jersey vascular doctors, these technological advances are an important aspect of modern vein care, one…

In the field of vascular medicine, staying “state of the art” is an ever-changing challenge. Only a few years ago the only way to permanently remove varicose veins was a surgical procedure called vein stripping, which required hospitals, general anesthesia and surgical incisions (with their associated dangers), long recovery periods, and possible scarring. Today, varicose…

September 28th, 2017. Hackensack, NJ.  New Jersey vein clinic, Cross County Cardiology is announcing the publication of a new article that discusses ways that vein disease can be prevented. According to these New Jersey vascular doctors, although there are some risk factors like age, gender, and genetics that can’t be changed, there are others that…

At our New Jersey vein clinic, we would love to tell you that we now know so much about reducing the risk factors for vein disease that we can successfully prevent it. No more varicose veins, no more chronic venous insufficiency, and no more deep vein thrombosis or deaths caused by it. We’d love to…

July 28th, 2017. Bergen, NJ. Cross County Cardiology released an article in which they discuss a very common problem – leg pain and swelling. According to the Bergen County-based center, this condition is often caused by untreated vein disease. These New Jersey vein specialists say that the best way to find out for sure is…

Painful swelling of the legs and ankles can have many causes. Often this condition is caused by overexertion or strain during exercise, but if this is the case the symptoms usually go away quickly, within a few days. If your pain and swelling have persisted and become chronic, it may indicate more serious problems, so…

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