George is a dog handler who loves his job.
When he was in middle school his legs were big, bulgy, and puffy. Children can be cruel, and he remembers kids looking at the veins in his legs and expressing their disgust. As a result, not only was he not popular but he found himself bullied. To avoid further bullying, he covered up, wearing long sweat pants, rarely wearing shorts.
He’d loved running when he had been in elementary school, but as he got older, not only could he not run, but walking became a problem.
Why George Came to Vein Clinics of America
George adores the dogs he takes care of but found that playing with them was making him so tired that he would have to sit down. Then he found out about Vein Clinics of America through commercials he saw on TV.
George says, “I went in and found it really easy, really pain-free. They treat you like you’re family. You walk in and they greet you with a, ‘Hey, how you doin’?” The doctor walks you through every single step. There are no surprises.”
George says, “I’ve never been able to just run, for miles and miles, and now I’m just like, ’Hey, I can run without stopping!’ I feel like a whole new person. No tired, rundown George. More of an upbeat, physical George.
I’ll tell anyone with varicose veins, ‘Don’t wait, go to Vein Clinics of America so you can live a new life.’”
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