This 64 year old grandmother presented with an aching lower leg associated with a patch of surface veins.
This 41-year-old executive presented with unsightly leg veins affecting both legs predominantly over the outer and inner thigh.
This 53 year old mother of 4 presented with the predominant problem of ongoing leg pain which would often worsen at night and in the hotter months.
This 47-year-old marketing consultant presented with multiple spider veins associated with blue underlying veins (reticular veins) and was treated with MSc and ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy (UGS).
This 49-year-old executive presented with a long standing history of lower leg ache and obvious varicose veins.
This 68 year old man presented with a complex history of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and was taking Warfarin®.
This 38 year old tennis player presented with a history of lower leg pain which was progressively worsening over the years and was not improving with exercise or compression stockings.
This 87-year-old male presented with a complicated case involving ongoing and disfiguring ulcerations to his lower legs, lymphoedema and cellulitis. Diagnosis revealed some deep-seated problems, but two simple treatments and he’s back on his feet.
This 36-year-old male patient presented with chronic leg pain and had been experiencing a recurring vein problem after surgery. A simple procedure to remedy this pattern ensures he is likely to be pain free for years to come.
This 66-year-old presented with serious complications arising from a previous deep-vein thrombosis, plus unresolved and underlying problems. However, three treatments freed this patient from pain and he is unlikely to need any further treatment for some time.