Varicose veins removal treatment in Taunton
Are you suffering from unsightly and uncomfortable varicose veins, but unsure on the right treatment for you? Contact our vascular experts based at Nuffield Health Taunton Hospital or attend one of our free hospital open events to see how we could help.
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Why choose Nuffield Health Taunton Hospital for your varicose veins treatment?
Many varicose vein sufferers struggle with tired legs, severe swelling, throbbing pain, unsightly and swollen veins. They can also experience other unpleasant consequences, such as bleeding, skin irritation and ulceration. As a result many patients requiring rapid access to treatment will choose to go private.
Varicose veins occur in the superficial veins of the leg. These veins have a system of valves which should ensure that the blood runs from the legs back up to the heart. Varicose veins occur when these valves fail, allowing blood to run back down into the veins in the leg, damming up in these veins and causing them to dilate and become varicose.
At Nuffield Health Taunton Hospital our expert vascular surgeons are leading the way in the South West region for the private treatment of varicose veins removal.
If you require first class vascular treatment, but without the long waiting list, then get in touch with Nuffield Health in Taunton today. Our spotlessly clean hospital provides the perfect setting for your private treatment, whilst our matron-led nursing team will ensure you are comfortable throughout your stay.
How to book a private consultation with our vascular experts in Taunton
If you suffer from varicose veins and want to find out more about the various treatment options available to you, or want to book a consultation, please contact our dedicated hospital enquiry team on 01823 250612.
Alternatively you are welcome to attend one of our free varicose veins open events at our hospital. Spaces are limited, so book in advance to secure your place!
There are a number of factors which can contribute to developing varicose veins:
- A family history of varicose veins
- Being overweight
- Going through multiple pregnancies.
People who are particularly active or who spend a lot of time standing such as teachers, waitresses, nurses and other service staff have an increased risk due to more pressure being put on their legs, as do those that carry out extensive heavy lifting.
Once varicose veins have appeared they will not disappear on their own. Left untreated varicose veins may become worse.