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Welcome to the Vascular Surgery and Vein Center

Welcome to the Vascular Surgery and Vein Center, a comprehensive vascular practice providing state-of-the-art care to patients throughout the tri-state area. Under the direction of board-certified surgeon Dr. Norman Chideckel, we utilize our advanced skills and many years of experience to help patients achieve clear, beautiful and healthy legs. With our convenient Manhattan location, Dr. Chideckel offers… Continue Reading

Common Vascular Problems

What are the most common vascular problems? The arteries and veins help transfer blood throughout the body. When this function does not properly work due to an underlying condition, you develop the vascular disease. It is essential to immediately visit a vascular surgeon. They will diagnose your condition and provide treatment. You can develop vascular… Continue Reading

Are Extreme Varicose Veins A Threat To My Health?

What are extreme varicose veins? Reports show that 23 percent of adults in the US experience varicose veins, making it fairly common among the population. These large and dark veins appear to bulge under your skin, making them seem very prominent. Varicose veins most commonly appear on the legs, but they can appear anywhere on… Continue Reading

All About Healthy Veins

How would one define healthy veins? There are significant differences between the functions of the veins and the arteries. As arteries are responsible for transferring oxygenated blood to the body, veins deliver the deoxygenated blood back. In this article, we will discuss veins and how it functions. So let’s begin: (Source) Structure of Healthy Veins… Continue Reading

Veins & Arteries Similarities And Differences

Veins and arteries play a major role in circulating blood. They work together to develop a cycle that transports blood from the heart, transferring oxygen and other minerals to the organs and bringing back deoxygenated blood. There are numerous benefits of blood circulation in the body. The major benefits of this process include the removal… Continue Reading

What are Vascular Surgeons?

Vascular surgeons can diagnose, prevent, manage, and treat numerous conditions regarding your veins, blood vessels, and arteries. You can seek help from specialists for a wide range of conditions. They can provide assistance in managing chronic conditions as well. You can consult with them for varicose conditions, from spider veins to aneurysms. Conditions Treated by… Continue Reading

What are Spider Veins?

Spider veins and superficial veins are the tiny blues, red, or purple veins that are more prominent on the legs. These veins are harmless but will make you feel self-conscious about your appearance. To enhance the look of your hands and feet, you can choose between numerous cosmetic treatments to remove these networks of veins.… Continue Reading

VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis System for Vein Removal

The tiny and bulgy network of veins can affect the cosmetic appeal on your feet and hands. These discolored veins give your limbs an unsightly appearance and affect your confidence. This can be embarrassing in public. If you are looking to treat this condition, you need to visit a vascular surgeon and discuss the condition.… Continue Reading

Varicose Vein Treatments

Bluish and marble-like veins bulging out of your skin can be annoying and might affect your appearance. To avoid such discomfort and irritation, you need to undergo treatment, which can involve removing the vein. Clearly, these veins have suffered from damage, and this can lead to numerous complications. Removing the vein is the safest method… Continue Reading

What are the Bulging Veins on my Legs

Bulging veins on the legs are often normal, but they can be abnormal depending on the structure. You can differentiate between normal and abnormal veins by carefully examining the pattern. You need to examine your leg to see if the bulging veins are linear or zig zag. A normal vein appears prominent when you exercise… Continue Reading

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