What are your problem areas?
Small veins on your legs, face, hands and chest can be unsightly. Larger bulging veins on your legs, ankles, and feet may indicate medical problems. If you are experiencing throbbing, aching, itching, numbness, heaviness or poor circulation, seek treatment immediately. Because while varicose veins appear different on everyone, they may indicate a deeper, more serious medical problem.
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Jan D’Atri is a well-known and respected Emmy award-winning television personality, radio talk show host, newspaper columnist, cookbook author and owner of Jan D’Atri Gourmet Foods in Phoenix, Arizona. She has the distinction of appearing continuously on television longer than any other female in the Valley. She currently co-hosts Arizona Midday on Channel 12, and creates cooking and lifestyle segments.She’s been helping us promote Morrison Vein on local radio stations. Listen to her latest commercial.
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“Thank you for taking care of my legs, so I can continue dancing at 81 years old.”
“I am so happy that I finally got my veins done, because now I can wear my favorite zip-up boots. I just thought my legs and ankles had gotten fat, but it turns out it was the swelling from my vein disease.”
“I can’t believe it, I can finally shave my legs without crying, because you removed the bulging veins on my legs. I will forever be greatful.”
“I always blamed my swollen ankles on my diabetes, then I got my veins treated and now I don’t have swollen ankles anymore, WOW!”
“We travel a lot and love to see the world. I never was able to walk very long to go site-seeing, because my legs got tired and heavy. Then I got my veins worked on and now I can walk and walk and walk.”
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