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Ache and Itch Caused by Varicose Veins Cured in Time for Christmas

Michelle Tombleson who lives on the Isle of Wight has benefited from a revolutionary new treatment for varicose veins which uses Medical Super Glue. This Christmas, for the first time in years,  her legs will be free of the ache and itch caused by her varicose veins.

Michelle’s Story

A Very Happy Michelle Tombleson

“My legs used to ache, throb and itch. After standing for only 10 minutes, it got so bad, I would have to look for a … Continue reading »

5 TIPS FOR SANTA …and the rest of us…

If You See Santa Tell Him

Over the next couple of weeks, Santa will be busy wrapping presents and writing Christmas cards. On Christmas eve, Santa will make a huge journey, longer than any of us can imagine when he delivers presents to good boys and girls around the world.
Now while no one knows if Santa suffers with varicose veins (half of us will), The Vein Care Centre offers this advice to help Santa and the rest of us to avoid vein problems … Continue reading »

My Horrible Hand Veins

Jackie lives in Bristol and she has been troubled by large veins on her hands for many years. They have been getting more pronounced and they were causing her considerable embarrassment. I treated her by a combination of Sclerotherapy and Collagen Stimulation and I reviewed the remarkable improvement earlier this week.

Jackie’s Story

“I have always hated my hands – the veins look so ugly and my hands look like those of an “old lady”. I was so self conscious

Ugly Hand Veins Before Treatment

that I … Continue reading »

Varicose Vein Treatments Should Be Bespoke

This week, I am very grateful to Simon Payne who describes how varicose vein treatment should be tailored to an individual’s unique requirements.

“You may be baffled searching the internet for the best treatment for your varicose veins.

You will have discovered  injection treatments, standard surgery (stripping), laser, VNUS, Clarivein, Steam, Radiofrequency ablation, Foam sclerotherapy, Venaseal (“super-glue”), cryotherapy and maybe others!

Some treatments can be performed under local anaesthetic, most involve the use of compression hosiery. Return to normal activities varies between techniques and the cost of the different techniques varies enormously between procedures and also between clinics – the highest prices being … Continue reading »