Worried about your varicose veins this Christmas?
The Christmas party season is almost underway and the pressure is on to look your best. If you’re suffering with unsightly varicose veins and you’re worried about covering them up, why not eliminate the problem and get them treated once and for all?
The range of treatments available these days is outstanding. There are procedures which can even be carried out during your lunch break and require very little recovery time.
So, if you’ve been put off by the thought of surgery, you may want to pop into the Cornwall Vein Clinic to see if a non-invasive procedure would work for you.
Helping you to have a healthy, happy Christmas
It’s not just the unsightly appearance of varicose veins you need to worry about. Did you know that they can also be harmful to your health? There’s a huge misconception that varicose veins are harmless. Granted, in many cases they can be, but they can also lead to potentially serious complications, including blood clots which could prove fatal.
There’s also the pain and discomfort to consider. How many times have you felt the aching, painful effects of your varicose veins? The Christmas party season can put a lot of additional pressure onto the legs, leading to even more discomfort than usual and increasing the chances of developing a blood clot.
The right treatment can help to minimise and often completely eliminate the pain and discomfort caused by varicose veins.
Treatments you can trust
All of the treatments offered at our clinic are recommended by NICE. Just some of the options available include:
- Micro sclerotherapy for thread veins
- VNUS Closure Procedure
- Ultrasound Guided Foam Sclerotherapy (injections)
- Endovenous Laser Ablation
To find out which treatment would be most effective at correcting your varicose veins, contact us today. You may just be surprised at how quick and easy it is to eliminate the condition once and for all.
Overall, varicose veins aren’t pleasant and they can cause a lot of psychological distress. Why suffer when you don’t have to?