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Come along for a complimentary consultation at one of our Open Events

by – February 2, 2016

Open event for varicose veins

Concerns about varicose or thread veins?

We are delighted to announce the latest dates of our open events, where you are invited along to find out more about your personal condition and the extent of any underlying venous problems you may have as a result of your varicose or thread veins.

Once you have registered you will have an opportunity to meet one of our Consultant Vascular Surgeons who will provide a complimentary 10 minute consultation, helping to identify any underlying cause of any venous condition you may have.

You will also have the opportunity to discover why we believe that The Whiteley Clinic is the best place to come to, for the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins.

Research is at the heart of everything we do. We look at the way veins are investigated and treated, and conduct research studies to discover how each of these areas can be improved.

For more information, see our events page »

We have 3 open events running across three of our clinics so you are sure to find one in a location convenient for you.

  • Bristol – Saturday 5th March 10.30am – 2pm
  • Bond St. London – Wednesday 13th April 6pm – 8pm
  • Henley-on-Thames – Saturday 23rd April 10.30am– 2pm

Numbers are limited so booking is essential. To reserve your place please use the events contact form on our website here » or email events@thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk


For more information on the events, please see our events page. Alternatively, contact us by email at events@thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk or call us on 01483 477180.

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