Deep Venous Reflux
Deep Venous reflux is a condition that occurs when the valves within the deep venous system become damaged or diseased, causing blood to pool in your legs. The deep veins evaluated for venous reflux include the common femoral, proximal superficial femoral, deep femoral (profunda), popliteal, and posterior tibial veins. These veins are necessary for circulation.
What Are the Treatment Options for Deep Venous Reflux?
The treatment options for deep venous reflux include conservative therapy:
- Compression therapy
- Walking program