Modern vein treatments are performed under local anaesthesia as a walk in walk out procedure. So, there is very little restriction on what you can do afterwards. I am going to tell you what advice I give to my patients after varicose veins treatment. Immediately afterwards, you can walk around… Continue Reading Advice After Varicose Vein Treatment by EVLT

We do tell people before foam sclerotherapy that they might get a migraine. Now I have only seen this in people who suffer with migraine anyway. It is very rare. It is a known complication of foam sclerotherapy. We think it is due to the fact that the delicate cells… Continue Reading Foam Sclerotherapy and Migraines – what I tell my patients about this complication

Earlier this month I saw a patient who was referred to me by his General Practitioner with phlebitis. His GP had been treating him with antibiotics and if anything, his leg was getting worse. Now treating phlebitis with antibiotics is simply wrong and I am going to tell you the… Continue Reading Phlebitis The Truth About the Causes and Treatment (Full Length)

Last week in my previous video, I talked about leg spider veins, well, this week, I am going to tell you some important facts about thread veins on the nose, cheeks and face.The medical term for spider veins on the nose and cheeks is facial telangiectasia. These are small blood… Continue Reading Thread Veins on the Nose and Cheeks Facial Spider Veins