Numbness of the Legs

Numbness is a type of “paresthesia”, or non-painful but unpleasant subjective sensation. More specifically, numbness refers to a decrease in tactile sensation. The most extreme form of paresthesia is anesthesia, or the complete absence of sensation. Numbness of the ankles, feet, and sometimes thighs is a common symptom of venous insufficiency.

New York Vein Treatment Center focuses on treating numbness and other symptoms and complications of venous disorders. We have helped thousands of patients in the New York area. Contact us to schedule your consultation.

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