We specialise in varicose vein treatment under local anaesthetic in the out-patient environment.
Our vein specialists at the British Varicose Vein Centre offer experience and expertise in the private treatment of varicose veins.
Our vein specialists are world experts in using the latest endovenous laser treatment (EVLT) for varicose veins using the ELVeStm technique. We have helped pioneer a new Radial (Painlesstm) laser treatment for varicose veins. Some patients can return to work the same day, having just had the varicose vein treatment performed under local anaesthetic. The new radial laser vein treatment causes very little post-operative discomfort.
At the British Varicose Vein Centre in St Johns Wood London, we are proud to offer state of the art treatment for varicose veins. The latest addition to the varicose vein portfolio is Clarivein treatment for varicose veins. Clarivein can also treat the varicose veins which cause spider veins, thread veins or broken veins and the restless leg syndrome.
Other techniques used by our varicose vein experts include VNUS closure for varicose veins, Foam sclerotherapy for smaller veins , Veinwave treatment for broken, spider or thread veins as well as traditional varicose vein surgery. Thread veins, broken veins, spider veins and facial veins are treated using micro-sclerotherapy and Veinwave.
Our varicose vein specialists also provide expert treatment and advice for varicose veins in pregnancy and varicose veins that become worse or more painful during the menstrual period or the female monthly cycle.
Our varicose vein experts also offer advice and treatment for deep vein thrombosis (blood clots in the leg), and thrombosis that may occur following travel on long haul journeys such as air travel or car journeys
The symptoms of varicose veins vary enormously. Varicose veins are unsightly. Varicose veins may also cause pain and discomfort in the leg. Varicose veins occasionally can cause blood clots, thrombophlebitis and eczema of the leg. If left untreated, varicose veins can also lead to more serious problems such as bleeding or leg ulcers.
The British Varicose Vein Centre is based at the Hospital of St Johns and St Elizabeth at St Johns Wood, in central London.
In summary The British Varicose Vein Centre offers the most up to date expert treatment and advice for varicose veins of the leg and other body surface veins. The treatments include the latest laser Radial fibre technique ELVeS and EVLT (laser) treatments, VNUS Closure, Veinwave techniques and microsclerotherapy.
For further information or to arrange a consultation with one of our vein specialists to discuss your needs, please call:
Telephone: 0207 078 3822
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