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Varicose Veins Treatment

The Whiteley Clinic is a private medical facility specialising in the treatment of varicose veins and other venous conditions.

Our own continued research, audited results, inventions and new technologies used in varicose veins treatment have led to the development of The Whiteley Protocol®, a standard of excellence for the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins.

The Whiteley Clinic introduced the minimally invasive, or ‘pin-hole’, surgery techniques to the UK by performing the first such procedure in March 1999.

We invented TRLOP technique for closing perforating veins in 2001 and have been the leading clinic in diagnosing and treating pelvic and vulval varicose veins.

We have continued to stay at the forefront of this revolution and have both a national and international reputation for our work and innovation. We have now performed over 20,000 minimally invasive or ‘Keyhole’ procedures using EVLA (Laser), Radiofrequency (RFiTT®), Ultrasound Guided Foam Sclerotherapy (USGF), Transluminal Occlusion of Perforating veins (TRLOP) and Ambulatory Phlebectomy.

We also treat spider veins with Microsclerotherapy.

Patient receiving tea following varicose veins treatment

Patients benefit by getting the very latest techniques, leading to our high patient satisfaction and by being given new information about veins and venous disease.

Doctors, nurses, and other health professionals can benefit by having their patients treated optimally, by using our advice line or by arranging teaching by one of our experts.

Medical companies can benefit by using The Whiteley Clinic for studies ranging from in vitro scientific studies through developmental work to clinical studies.

Students or junior doctors who wish to get involved in research can benefit from one of the research activities provided by The Whiteley Clinic. We support research fellows who wish to get involved in our cutting edge research, as well as sponsoring and supervising Ph.D. students through the University of Surrey on specific projects of interest to The Whiteley Clinic.