What Is Venous Stasis and How Do You Treat It?

In this interview with John Lagoutaris MD, Podiatrist at Podiatry Associates of Florida and Baptist Beaches Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine, he reviews what venous stasis, also known as chronic venous insufficiency,  is as well as suggestions on how to treat it.

What Is Venous Stasis and How Do You Treat It?

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