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Varicose veins East Grinstead Sussex

by – August 27, 2014

The Whiteley Clinic is delighted to be opening a varicose vein clinic in The McIndoe Hospital (McIndoe Surgical Centre) in East Grinstead, Sussex.

The first clinic will be run by Professor Mark Whiteley on Thursday 25th September 2014 – bookings are now available.

World leading varicose vein clinic - The Whiteley Clinic - is opening a The Whiteley Clinic at The McIndoe Hospital, East Grinstead, Sussex

World leading varicose vein clinic – The Whiteley Clinic – is opening a The Whiteley Clinic at The McIndoe Hospital, East Grinstead, Sussex

The Whiteley Clinic at the McIndoe Surgical Centre will be the fourth The Whiteley Clinic in the UK. Patient with varicose veins, thread veins, venous eczema, leg ulcers, phlebitis and deep vein thrombosis (DVT) will be able to have:

  • consultations with a The Whiteley Clinic trained specialist
  • venous duplex ultrasound examination
  • the latest state of the art varicose veins or venous surgery – Endovenous Laser Ablation (EVLT), Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA), Venaseal Glue, Clarivein (MOCA), Ultrasound Foam Sclerotherapy, ambulatory phlebectomy and microsclerotherapy as well as new techniques currently being researched at The Whiteley Clinic

Bookings for Varicose veins East Grinstead Sussex:

Bookings can be made via the central The Whiteley Clinic website or via the contact page https://thewhiteleyclinic.co.uk/contact-us/east-grinstead/

With The Whiteley Clinic already in Guildford, London and Bristol, the opening of the new centre will allow us to bring our expert services for Varicose veins East Grinstead Sussex.

 

 

 

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