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Free Veins Screening Online – checkout your veins

by – March 27, 2019

Veins screening is available online at The Whiteley Clinic website. The simple online test contains 22 questions. It will give you an opinion as to whether you need formal consultation and scanning for vein problems.

FREE Vein Screening Online - thread veins page - The Whiteley Clinic

FREE Vein Screening Online – thread veins page – The Whiteley Clinic

The veins screening covers the following conditions:

Veins screening website

The vein screening website is available through the Whiteley clinic website. It can also be accessed directly through the link: https://form.jotformeu.com/TheWhiteleyClinic/vein-screening-test

How to use the vein screening website

FREE Vein Screening Online – introduction page – The Whiteley Clinic

FREE Vein Screening Online – introduction page – The Whiteley Clinic

To check your leg or pelvic veins, simply click on the link to the vein screening website.

This will take you through a series of pages. Some will have pictures. Some will have questions. Click on the most relevant answer on each page.

At the end of the process, your results will be collated and sent to you by email.

The whole process is free and does not cost you anything.

What will you get from the vein screening website?

Using the information that you have provided, we will give you the best opinion that we can from the information that you supply.

This will range from saying that you have no evidence of venous disease from the answers you have given. At the other end of the scale, if you have clear evidence of venous disease, you will be guided as to which consultations and tests would be appropriate.

If at any time during the process you want more information, you can contact The Whiteley Clinic by email.

We hope that you find the online vein screening useful.

Link for the Free Veins Screening Website: https://form.jotformeu.com/TheWhiteleyClinic/vein-screening-test

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