Prof Mark Whiteley has been invited onto Dr Phil Hammond’s BBC Radio Bristol show. He will talk about varicose veins, thread veins, leg ulcers and blood clots (thromboses) such as phlebitis.
The show will be broadcast on BBC Bristol at 9:00 am Saturday 14th May 2016.
Mark will talk about the latest advances in varicose veins surgery. This will include laser, radiofrequency, Clarivein (MOCA), glue, steam vein sclerosis, foam sclerotherapy, microsclerotherapy and pelvic vein embolisation.
He will be able to explain how varicose veins treatment has been revolutionised over the last 15 – 20 years. He will also talk about the Leg Ulcer Charity.
Prof Mark Whiteley and his team have an open event to see and assess patients in Litfield House in Bristol on 9th July 2016.
Please book your place early to ensure you get seen.
Dr Phil Hammond is a GP in the South West of England who has had a very successful career in the media as a doctor commenting on many aspects of medicine. He first hit fame as one of the medical comedy duo “Struck Off and Die”.
Dr Phil Hammond hosts a BBC radio show on Saturday mornings on BBC Radio Bristol.
Find out more about Dr Phil Hammond’s radio show on: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p001d79q