Latest non-surgical treatment of varicose veins
Common symptoms include heaviness, tiredness of legs, swelling and even leg ulcers.
It isn’t just prevalent in women and is equally a problem for men, but they are less likely to seek treatment, until symptoms get worse and complications set in.
Varicose veins eventually affect your quality of life and well-being both physically and mentally, in how you feel about yourself and the clothes you choose to hide them.
Varicose veins are a chronic condition and without treatment will continue to progress and worsen.
Progression can occur despite not having full blown symptoms but only signs of bulging veins and scattered spider veins.
For many years varicose veins and spider veins have been seen as a condition that is just “cosmetic” and something that you have to live with.
For some, they may not have any signs of bulging veins but may only have symptoms of heaviness and swelling.
Others may not like the appearance as it may be affecting their self esteem.
Many doctors in the past and even currently, tend to tell patients that it will continue to come back despite treatment, so you’re better off not getting them treated.
Stripping used to be the only treatment available for varicose veins, it had high recurrence rates, required general anaesthesia, was quite painful and you had to be off work for at least a few weeks.
For the last 10 to 15 years, non-invasive treatments have been developed and used to treat varicose veins and spider veins.
These treatments have very low to no recurrence, do not require general anaesthesia and you can walk in and walk out after treatment.
More importantly they provide a 99.8% guarantee that the deeper cause for the veins will be completely treated
Dr Param (commonly known as Dr Gan) initially worked for over a decade in the field of Emergency and rural and remote medicine. After seeing more and more of his patients suffering from chronic diseases such as varicose veins and their complications, including his own mother, he decided to do further training in the field of Phlebology (Specialised field of venous disease) to find effective, yet minimally invasive ways to treat his patients. Read More »
We all know, through media or even through the news, that when you fly on a plane, there is always a risk of developing a deep vein thrombosis or DVT. That is why they encourage everyone flying to move around the cabin and do plenty of stretching exercises. Many of my patients are also worried about flying on a plane …read more »
Sclerotherapy is one of the most effective ways to treat spider veins of all sizes. Often times if patients have clusters of spider veins, this is the only method available to get rid of them. With many patients, they do however also have varicose veins associated with their spider veins and again, sclerotherapy is a great way to treat both. …read more »
What Causes those Unsightly Varicose Veins? Why are you affected more than other people of the same age or even your friends and family. In this video, I break down the commonest causes as to why you develop varicose veins.
We offer a full range of non-invasive, surgery free treatments to remove varicose veins and spider veins. If you are unsure if your symptoms are caused by chronic venous disease including varicose veins, spider veins or any associated signs, book a consultation with Dr Param and we will be able to guide you to through.