In the chronic phase following deep vein thrombosis treatment, there can be cases where the deep vein valves fail or old blood clots remain. In such cases, chronic venous insufficiency can lead to a persistent state of stasis in the lower legs. This constant stasis can cause minor infections to rapidly worsen into cellulitis, or the skin may break down, resulting in venous ulcers.

Currently, venous ulcers are managed with compression therapy, for which medical reimbursement is determined.

Even patients suffering from long-term venous ulcers may see improvement in their lower legs through appropriate compression methods and pressure adjustments, diagnosis and treatment of residual superficial venous insufficiency, foot care guidance, and evaluation and treatment of overall health conditions (such as heart function). Please feel free to consult with us.