The second fact is that even in the most advanced case of varicose veins, all the surgeries are done under local anaesthesia and you go home (or to work, shopping, etc) immediately after the procedure, walking absolutely normally.
‘Best Varicose Veins Treatment – UK 2020’ by Global Health & Pharma Magazine🏆Varicose veins are simply defined as a mechanical disfunction of the veins, where the valves inside the veins are not working properly anymore. It is a genetic caused problem, other factors like tge type of work, etc are just factors that might help in making the problem worse but they are not the cause.
Healthy veins functionality compared to varicose veins

Varicose Veins Treatment

The first and most important step in treating varicose veins is to do a very thorough and correct Doppler-Ultrasound scan. That scan, to be correctly performed, takes about 40 minutes (not a 5 minutes scan) as we have, per leg, about 160 anatomical variations of the veins that can cause varicose veins including the “famous” Great and Small Saphenous veins, all the anatomical variations of the perforators (the communicators between the Deep Venous System and Superficial Venous System) and the pelvic veins. So again, a 5 minutes Doppler-Ultrasound scan is never a good option.
Endovenous Laser Ablation of the vein (EVLA)
Based on that scan we do tailor the best treatment plan for each case apart. These treatment options vary from a case to another and they include: High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU), Endovenous Microwave Ablation of the veins (EMWA), Endovenous Laser Ablation of the veins (EVLA), Transluminal Occlusion Of the Perforators (TRLOP), Micro-phlebectomies, Ultrasound-Guided Foam Sclerotherapy, and microsclerotherapy. And usually the treatment plan is a combination between these methods that is established for each case apart based on the Doppler-Ultrasound scan’s results. Varicose veins Before/After Photos Spider veins Before / After Photos