Chuback Vein Center - Posted on September 13, 2023
Every September, we recognize National Vascular Health Awareness Month as an opportunity to shed light on a crucial aspect of our overall well-being – the state of our vascular health. Vascular diseases affect millions of Americans, and yet, they often go unnoticed until they reach an advanced stage. At Chuback Vein Center, we are committed to educating our community about vascular health, raising awareness about the warning signs, offering options for early diagnosis, and providing effective solutions to maintain healthy veins.
The Prevalence of Vascular Disease
Vascular diseases encompass a wide range of conditions that affect the blood vessels, including arteries and veins. These conditions can lead to serious health problems. Unfortunately, vascular diseases are more common than you might think. About 900,000 people in the US are affected by Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) every year, and nearly 40% of the population suffers from venous insufficiency.
Why is it crucial to address vascular health?
Untreated vascular diseases can lead to life-threatening complications. Understanding the warning signs and taking timely action can make all the difference.
Vascular diseases develop for various reasons, often related to lifestyle choices and genetics:
Recognizing the Warning Signs
Early detection is crucial in managing vascular diseases effectively. Knowing the warning signs can save lives. The key symptoms to keep an eye out for are:
Our Solution: Early Diagnosis at Chuback Vein Center
We understand the importance of early diagnosis in managing vascular diseases.
At Chuback Vein Center, our comprehensive vascular exams ensure your well-being. We conduct thorough assessments of arteries and veins in key areas, including the legs, arms, abdomen, and neck. Our exams are designed to identify potential issues such as blockages, aneurysms, blood clots, and conditions like Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Superficial Vein Thrombosis (SVT), and reflux.
Our ultrasound exams are safe, painless, and free from radiation exposure. They provide invaluable insights into your vascular health, helping to detect problems early and guide tailored treatment plans.
National Vascular Health Awareness Month is the perfect time to take charge of your vascular health. Understanding the risk factors, recognizing the warning signs, and getting a vascular exam can help you maintain healthy veins and prevent serious complications down the road.
At Chuback Vein Center, we are committed to your well-being and are here to support you on your path to a healthier tomorrow.
Schedule your vein scan today and take the first step towards vascular wellness.
Mazin Radwan, RVS, RPhS, Director of Chuback Vascular Imaging
Raised in Paramus, New Jersey, Mazin Radwan is the Vascular Lab Director at Chuback Vein Center. He earned his credentials through the Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI) and is certified as a Registered Vascular Specialist (RVS) and a Registered Phlebology Sonographer (RPhS). His professional affiliates include the Society of Vascular Ultrasound. With almost a decade of experience in the field as a Registered Technologist, he has been with Chuback Vein Center since 2017.
Mazin specializes in the performance of diagnostic imaging exams with the use of sophisticated noninvasive diagnostic imaging equipment. Throughout his career, Mazin has maintained professional goals focused on playing a key role in the development, operations, and growth of state-of-the-art IAC-accredited office-based ambulatory vein centers and leaving a legacy of unprecedented patient care in all facets of his clinical work.
A graduate of Eastwick College's Vascular Ultrasound program, Mazin graduated in the top 5% of his class. After his education, he began clinical work at one of the best hospitals in the country, New York-Presbyterian Columbia Medical University, with rotations in the ER, ICU, and Neonatal ICU.
We invite you to become a part of the Chuback Vein Center family. We are confident in our ability to restore your health and wellness.