One of the best ways to maintain your peace of mind is through regular health screenings, which can include something as simple as a free blood pressure check at a local discount store. Unlike a medical exam, health screenings are quick and easy and are often offered at no charge.
But health screenings can also target more specific symptoms. For example, at Comprehensive Vein Care, we offer free screenings for people who are concerned about any varicose vein symptoms they may have. The screening is performed by one of our staff members and takes only 5-10 minutes. And because it’s a screening and not an exam, you don’t have to provide any insurance information or an extensive health history. It’s fast, free and convenient.
If your screening indicates that you should seek medical treatment, we’ll let you know that. In rare instances, people present with more serious symptoms that require immediate attention. We’ll let you know that, too.
Feel free to contact our office if you’d like to learn more about a free screening by our experienced medical staff, especially if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms:
• Chronic leg pain
• Fatigue (don’t want to walk upstairs)
• Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)
• Leg cramps
• Blood clots
With a free screening, you can stop guessing and worrying about your vein symptoms in just 5-10 minutes and at no cost to you.
Now that’s peace of mind we should all enjoy.
Dr. Umerani, practices Internal Medicine in Springfield, Ohio and currently has over 28 years of practicing experience. He graduated from Dow Medical University, Karachi, Pakistan in 1990 and was trained at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan from 1992 to 1995. After receiving his Board Certification in Internal Medicine in 1996, he has been flourishing in private practice in the Comprehensive Vein Care, 2121 Est High Street, Springfield, Ohio area since 1997.
Since 2014, Dr. Umerani has had comprehensive vein care training and certification to handle all of your vein problems from mild to severe. He sees every patient personally from your initial appointment to the completion of the treatment procedure.