Blood flow keeps legs moving
If you suffer from leg pain and swelling, you may have chronic venous insufficiency (CVI). Those symptoms, which are often associated with vericose veins, occur when the valves of the veins do not function properly and the circulation of blood in the leg veins is impaired. Sometimes damaged valves in the veins or vein blockage cause CVI. Over time, CVI may result in varicose veins, swelling and discoloration of the legs, itching and the development of ulcers near the ankles.
We know you want to keep your blood vessels flowing smoothly. That's why we offer complete, comprehensive heart and vascular care at Goshen Heart & Vascular Center. Our board certified surgeons, cardiologists, neurologists and radiologists work together in one place to provide innovative care specifically for you.
Know your circulatory system's health
We offer non-invasive and painless vascular screenings to detect problems. These tests check the body's circulatory system to see signs of disease or impairment to blood flow.
We can help you decide which heart screening or test is right for you. You also can get answers from our health professionals about your health concerns, as well as get next-step recommendations, based on your results.
Call (574) 533-7476 to learn more about how Goshen Heart & Vascular Center can help you.