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The Whiteley Clinic varicose veins research at EVF

by – June 30, 2017

 

Harry Ashpitel presenting at European Venous Forum 2017 - endovenous laser v radiofrequency effects on the varicose vein wall

Harry Ashpitel presenting at European Venous Forum 2017 – endovenous laser v radiofrequency effects on the varicose vein wall

Harry Ashpitel presented his varicose veins research at The European Venous Forum in Portugal on 29th June 2017. Harry has been comparing the effects of endovenous laser and radiofrequency ablation on the vein wall. This helps show us the most effective treatments for varicose veins.

Prof Mark Whiteley with Harry Ashpitel - PhD Student at The Whiteley Clinic and University of Surrey - at EVF 2017

Prof Mark Whiteley with Harry Ashpitel – PhD Student at The Whiteley Clinic and University of Surrey – at EVF 2017

Research is the cornerstone of The Whiteley Protocol. It is by research that we are able to keep our results as good as they are. by using the results of our research, our patients have the lowest possible chance of ever getting varicose veins back again after treatment.

Harry Ashpitel - PhD Student at The Whiteley Clinic and University of Surrey - at EVF 2017 - Research into varicose veins treatments

Harry Ashpitel – PhD Student at The Whiteley Clinic and University of Surrey – at EVF 2017 – Research into varicose veins treatments

 

Harry Ashpitel is completing his PhD this summer. He has spent 3 years working through different endovenous lasers, and now radiofrequency, to help us understand exactly how these new devices work.

By using the results of this research The Whiteley Protocol always keeps right at the forefront of varicose veins treatment.

 

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