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Varicose of lower extremity


Varicose veins in the lower extremities

Veins becomes visible on lower limbs, sometimes accompanied by pain. There are 3 different types of varicose veins: spider web, tree trunk and mesh.

Once it varicose veins emerge, it is unlikely to disappear completely, and thus, it is often treated through surgery. Because it depends on the severity of varicose veins, we recommended consulting a doctor to find the best option.

Varicose veins in the lower extremities

Varicose veins occur when 2 factors are swamped;

① Walking with an imbalanced sole (2 point walking) transmits “excessive shock” towards the lower back, gradually deforming the lumber vertebrae.

②This causes the sciatic nerve to become compressed, weakening its ability to function, and causing hypostasis (blood congestion) in lower body, further increasing pressure on the vein.

Varicose veins in the lower extremities

We recommend early treatment with the Kasahara Taping Treatment or 3-toe socks to correct sole balance, helping toes to be firmly grounded and lightening the load to calves and thighs. In addition, the bandage treatment can keep pressure on the thighs and claves, also lightening the load on the sciatic nerve. The leg should be tightly wrapped with a non-elastic bandage and then widely covered from mid-thigh down to above the ankle with an elastic bandage (Knee should be bent at 45 degrees). An alternative to the bandage treatment is to use compression socks and a special corset.

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