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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CMH Wound and Hyperbaric Center to hold free varicose vein clinic May 26

Varicose veins may be more than a cosmetic issue and can result in serious problems.

FOR THE MEDIA

Contacts:

Tamera Heitz-Peek
417-328-7245
theitz@citizensmemorial.com

Community members are invited to attend a free varicose vein screening hosted by Citizens Memorial Hospital (CMH) Wound and Hyperbaric Center on Thursday, May 26 from 3 – 6 p.m.

Board Certified Surgeon Martin S. Tyson, D.O., FACS, FAPWCA, FAPWHc, and Physician Assistant Bethany Lemmon are experts in vein disorders and complications caused by varicose veins. The medical staff will provide participants with treatment options, which are covered by most insurance plans. Varicose vein screenings will be performed by a certified ultrasound technician.

Screenings take less than 15 minutes and are open to men and women. Pre-registration is required. Participants are examined individually in a private environment and they should wear loose-fitting clothes or bring shorts to change into for the examination.

More than 25 million Americans suffer from severe varicose veins, which can cause significant pain, numbness, swelling, fatigue and disfigurement. Half of all seniors, including two thirds of women over 60, will experience the condition at some point. Heredity, pregnancy, obesity and careers requiring extended standing, like nursing and teaching, are the primary risk factors. Complications may include leg ulcers and dangerous blood clots.

For more information about the event and to register for a screening time, go online to: http://conta.cc/1T1I30u or call 417-328-7245.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CMH Wound and Hyperbaric Center to hold free varicose vein clinic May 26

Varicose veins may be more than a cosmetic issue and can result in serious problems.

Community members are invited to attend a free varicose vein screening hosted by Citizens Memorial Hospital (CMH) Wound and Hyperbaric Center on Thursday, May 26 from 3 – 6 p.m.

Board Certified Surgeon Martin S. Tyson, D.O., FACS, FAPWCA, FAPWHc, and Physician Assistant Bethany Lemmon are experts in vein disorders and complications caused by varicose veins. The medical staff will provide participants with treatment options, which are covered by most insurance plans. Varicose vein screenings will be performed by a certified ultrasound technician.

Screenings take less than 15 minutes and are open to men and women. Pre-registration is required. Participants are examined individually in a private environment and they should wear loose-fitting clothes or bring shorts to change into for the examination.

More than 25 million Americans suffer from severe varicose veins, which can cause significant pain, numbness, swelling, fatigue and disfigurement. Half of all seniors, including two thirds of women over 60, will experience the condition at some point. Heredity, pregnancy, obesity and careers requiring extended standing, like nursing and teaching, are the primary risk factors. Complications may include leg ulcers and dangerous blood clots.

For more information about the event and to register for a screening time, go online to: http://conta.cc/1T1I30u or call 417-328-7245.