So, what do you need to know about DVTs? March is DVT awareness month and because there are over 100,000 blood-clot related deaths annually, and we sell compression, RejuvaHealth wants to be apart of spreading awareness.
Everyone can get blood clots, even athletes. Read about tennis star, Serena Williams, and her personal battle with blood clots, why people get blood clots, and what you can do to prevent them.
Learn more about DVT, as well as symptoms, risks, and treatments.
Were you or someone you love diagnosed with Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)?
If so, it can help to hear about the experience from a fellow survivor. To facilitate this we asked our REJUVA team member, Stacy, to share the details of her own DVT story and what she learned along the way. Read on for more about her story + top tips for navigating the physical & emotional components of recovery.
Sometimes your gams simply may not look or feel as good as you want. A salty dinner, prolonged sitting, a long day on your feet ... occasional tweaks to diet or route can leave you feeling temporarily puffy or sore. But if it happens often, it may also be the sign of a larger medical problem. If your legs fall into the "repeat offender" category, keep reading. We’ve rounded up some of the more common causes of leg swelling & pain, as well as tips and treatment info, to help you get informed.
Did you know March is DVT Awareness Month? Do you know what DVT even is? Here's everything you need to know to keep your body safe and healthy.
Did you know travel can increase your risk of developing blood clots? Here are some tips to help prevent blood clots and keep yourself healthy while traveling. Learn more on the blog.
Many people aren’t aware of how common, prevalent, and dangerous blood clots are. Believe it or not as many as 900,000 Americans suffer from a blood clot annually, with 1 of every 3 of those cases resulting in death. Here's what you need to know.