Endovenous laser treatment (EVLT) and endovenous rafiofrequency ablation (EVRF)

  • All varicose vein sizes can be treated

  • Minimal Pain with return to work within 24 hours

  • Bespoke lasers generators for different size veins and anatomy

  • Useful in treating primary and secondary varicose veins

  • Keyhole treatment

  • Done under local anesthesia as out-patient procedure

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Ultrasound – Guided Foam Sclerotherapy

  • Keyhole treatment

  • Useful in treating recurrent varicose veins

  • Outpatient/office based treatment

  • Compliments laser and radiofrequency treatment of varicose veins

  • Relatively cheap

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Ligation &


  • Day Case Procedure

  • In Affiliated Hospitals

Varicose Veins Symptoms:

  • Leg Pain and Foot Pain: Varicose veins pain is not located in any particular area, it is rather a vague ache all over the leg, lower leg, and foot. It increases as the day goes by especailly on prolonged standing.

  • Swelling near the ankles: Is a frequent symptom of varicose veins almost always with a measurable difference between the two sides. In advanced conditions, the swelling creates a pit in the skin when the skin is pressed with a finger - Pitting Edema-.

  • Skin symptoms: Itching, Skin Color Changes, Spider Veins, Thread Veins, and different sizes of dilated tortuous veins: Are variable in intensity, generally they remain and continue in increasing once see. In Pregnancy, the veins disappear after delivery but the condition remains in progress silently.

Disclaimer: There is no guarantee that the result will be the same, as it might vary from one individual to another.

Treatment of Varicose Veins:

  • Closing of affected vein is the most effective treatment.

  • Closure is done as an office procedure under local anesthesia with minimal discomfort and without incision.

  • Laser is the most widely used and most effective method of endoclosures.

  • We employ any of the latest other technologies if better suited to your own case. 

  • The usual time for completing a treatment is around half to one hour.

  • You can resume normal activities afterwards.

  • Remember: Stockings are not accepted as treatment for variocose veins... These are international guidelines.


Disclaimer: There is no guarantee that the result will be the same, as it might vary from one individual to another.

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Varicose Veins Treatments