You’ve probably heard the term “blood clot”. The medical term for a blood clot is a thrombus (thrombosis refers to the actual presence of a clot inside a vein). March is Deep Vein Thrombosis Month, so we’re spreading the word about the dangers of undetected DVT, and what you can do to prevent it. The American Public Health Association performed a survey, and 74% of respondents have little or no awareness of DVT (medscape.com). Share the graphic below and help spread the word!
If you have questions about DVT, or think you could be exhibiting symptoms, make an appointment today!