Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Screening

A DVT is a Thrombosis that happens in the deep veins of the legs. DVT may also damage the valves in the legs, which will prevent the blood from properly flowing back into the circulatory system, and can cause permanent blockage of the blood flow in a vein.

The Doctors at the Center for Venous Disease are first and foremost concerned with your health and well-being. This is why, during your first ultrasound, your Doctor and Sonographer will look for and rule out a blood clot in your deep venous system and superficial venous system. If a Deep Vein Thrombosis is found during the ultrasound you will immediately be sent to the Emergency Room because a DVT can be a very serious thing. But don’t panic or make yourself sick with worry, the chance of having a blood clot is very rare. This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be proactive though. Make it a point to get a yearly screening.

Also, after each procedure, you will be required to return to the office for a post-procedure DVT scan which is part of FDA protocol. At CVD, we will do our best to monitor your treatment progression and manage any complications that might arise along the way. Ruling out a blood clot before, during, and after your procedures is a very important part of your treatment plan.

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At the Center for Venous Disease, we make sure and train all of our staff on the insurance requirements so that you can get the best care possible!  We will work with your insurance company to help make sure you get the best treatment and the least cost to you out-of-pocket.  CVD is “In-Network” on most major plans. We won’t give up on you!

The Center for Venous Disease (CVD) only employs specialists that are focused on Total Vein Care and we want our patients to get the best care they can get. In the Employment Agreement between CVD and our doctors, it is required that our doctors become Diplomates of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM). A doctor who has been accredited through the ABVLM will have more experience than any other doctor that you could visit. This certification takes anywhere from 9-16 months to complete, on top of all of the other accreditations your doctor may have. In most cases, a CVD doctor may have a Board Certification in Vascular or General Vascular Surgery and have ABVLM Diplomate status as well. At CVD, we pride ourselves on knowing that our doctors will give our patients the best treatment plans possible, and the best chance of success on any treatment that they conduct. Call us today and see for yourself how being screened, evaluated, and treated by the best of the best can make all the difference in your world.

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