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Online test for varicose veins

by – December 4, 2015

Veinsscreening - Test for varicose veins

Free online varicose vein screening

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Do you suffer from any of the following?

  • Unsightly veins on your legs
  • Aching legs
  • Thread veins on your legs
  • Itchy legs
  • Leg swelling
  • Ulcers on your legs that won’t heal
  • ‘Restless’ legs

Then you may have varicose veins or hidden varicose veins.

Leg veins assessment can be performed at home using the free The Whiteley Clinic self-assessment tool.

The Whiteley Clinic has an international reputation for the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins, spider veins (thread veins), leg ulcers and other vein problems. So, whatever type of varicose or thread veins you have they can all be removed using the latest techniques, many of them pioneered and researched at The Whiteley Clinic. These treatments have shaped our unique way of treating veins called The Whiteley Protocol®.

Our Vein Screening Questionnaire will give you an indication as to whether you have a vein problem in your legs.

The online test for varicose veins is very simple to use and will take you around two to three minutes to complete.

To take the test, you will first be asked to provide some personal details, including your email address. Please be assured that we do not pass this information on to third parties.

To begin the test, Click here »

Once you have completed the vein screening questionnaire, you will be given a response which indicates the possible extent of your vein problem (if any) and what your next considered step should be.

Please contact The Whiteley Clinic if you would like more information regarding varicose veins or to find out more about our walk in walk out treatments.


If you want more information or to book a consultation, contact us using the form on our website or at info@thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk or call us on 01483 477180.

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