Wellness Ultrasound focuses on Blood Flow and Circulation and Gives you the Answers You’ve Been Looking For
Move Beyond the Mystery & Get Some Answers
When You Know What the Problem Is, You Can Find A Solution
If you’ve had a hard time discovering what’s causing you to feel less than your best, know that you’re not alone. Nearly 60% of people who have chronic pain report that they’ve seen five or more doctors in an attempt to discover what’s going on.
Wellness Ultrasound is a completely safe, absolutely non-invasive diagnostic procedure that can be used to identify some of the most common causes of unexplained pains and performance-impacting physical symptoms. Blood circulation issues are often the most common culprit. Luckily, once these have been identified, a clear and direct resolution is generally possible with a minimally invasive 20-minute surgical procedure.
Eliminate the Mystery & Move Forward Confidently
One of the worst aspects of having unexplained aches and pains is the very human tendency to imagine the worst-case scenario. This can cause levels of stress and anxiety that are completely unwarranted, which is bad for your physical and emotional well-being.
Having a Wellness Ultrasound can provide the answers you’ve been desperately seeking. Knowledge truly is power. Here at Wellness and Pain, we’ve seen time and time again the sheer relief people experience when they finally know what’s been causing them so much distress. By eliminating the uncertainty, fear and frustration, A Wellness Ultrasound makes it possible for patients to make informed treatment choices that dramatically improve their health and happiness.
Venous Mapping Ultrasound
A Venous Mapping Ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging modality performed in the office. The ultrasound looks inside your blood vessels to see if there are stretched out or dilated veins in the legs that are a source of pain and many other symptoms. This test creates a “map” of your blood vessels to look for medical conditions and to guide treatment options.
Our specially trained licensed Registered Vascular Technologists perform the test in 10 minutes. Our licensed Radiologist then read the images and generates the report that interprets the results.
The Ultrasound works by sending sound waves through the blood vessels in your legs and transforming them into pictures that can tell the physician if your veins are stretched or dilated. It evaluates reflux, which is the blood flowing in the wrong direction, and the width of the veins. It can also evaluate the valves in the veins which are the key mechanism to returning blood to the heart and avoiding trapped blood in the legs and feet.
If the veins are seen to be stretched and the valves are no longer functioning appropriately, the physician can discuss the treatment options available.
There are no side effects to a Vein Mapping Ultrasound. It is painless, harmless and does not use any radiation.