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Why Are My Feet Swollen?

What Causes Swollen Feet

There are many factors and conditions that can cause swelling in the legs and/or feet, including:

How to Relieve Swollen Feet

Treatment for swollen feet depends on your condition. You are encouraged to:

If you have chronic swelling or pain in your legs or feet, come in for a consultation. We will conduct a thorough evaluation to determine if you are having any issues with your vascular system. If so, our doctors will recommend a treatment plan. Treatment may range from relatively non-invasive procedures such as compression stockings, to minimally invasive therapies that will close off or remove affected veins.

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