Latest non-surgical treatment of varicose veins

Dr Ganesha Param

Medical Director
MBBS FRACGP Certified Sclerotherapist

Dr Ganesha Param

Dr Param (commonly known as Dr Gan) initially worked for over a decade in the field of Emergency and rural and remote medicine. He worked extensively within acute and general medicine in Western Australia, Queensland, Northern Territory and Victoria.

During his time working with very sick patients, he gained an interest in chronic disease conditions and instituting an integrative or holistic approach to treating his patients. He did further training in USA with the Institute of Functional Medicine as well as the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. Whilst working with his patients, he noticed many of his patients suffering with chronic venous disease and varicose veins. His own mother suffered with this condition, but the options were only surgical and she and others alike were not keen with surgery due to the pain and high recurrence.  It is then he decided to do further training in the field of Phlebology (Specialized field of Vein disease), which involved minimally invasive treatments offering excellent outcomes and no down time for his patients.

Dr Param has dedicated his practice to improving the wellbeing of his patients suffering with Chronic Venous disease. He is a full member of the college of Phlebology and frequently travels internationally to keep up to date with new and advanced techniques in the treatment of varicose veins. He is certified by the Australasian College of Phlebology as a Sclerotherapist after completion by examination and continues to offer advanced treatments for his patients. He has been mentored and trained by some of the best doctors in Australia and Internationally.

Dr Param has always been passionate about providing the best outcomes and incorporating holistic care in all his patient interactions. He continues to be involved with the Australasian College of Lifestyle Medicine. He  has always enjoyed the outdoors, exercising and playing basketball. He resides with his wife, son and very energetic dog in the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria.