A new medical adhesive is now available in Australia for the treatment of painful varicose veins.
VenaSeal adhesive, is a medical grade ‘glue’ used to shut the main Saphenous Vein in the thigh. Once the vein has been ‘glued’ shut, symptom relief is reported as almost immediate by most patients. It is a minimally invasive procedure.
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The good news today is that most varicose vein issues can be treated non-surgically, with patients walking in and out after only 30 minutes of treatment!
These treatments are safe, effective and have high success rates - so there's no need to embark on scary-sounding procedures such as "vein-stripping" in a hospital, having an anesthetic or risking potential scarring!
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Dr Paraskevas specialises in non-surgical treatment of varicose veins of all sizes, and has developed a reputation as a leader in the application of simple and successful techniques to treat varicose veins.
Many patients do not realise they have a complication of venous disease until they see a phlebologist. It is important to understand that varicose veins can be a progressive condition and that new diseased veins can develop with time.
If you’ve considered having your problem varicose or spider veins treated, you may have read that all the treatments result in the vein being essentially blocked off and removed, causing blood to be rerouted elsewhere.
Dr Peter Paraskevas (MBBS, FRACGP, FACP, GCertHSc (Med Sonography)) is a Phlebologist and Certified Sclerotherapist and a leader in the non-surgical treatment of varicose veins and leg ulcers.
With a background in emergency and general medicine, Dr Paraskevas initially worked in private general practice in Victoria, after obtaining his fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. During this time he developed an interest in varicose vein disease, venous ulcers and peripheral arterial disease. More about Dr. Paraskevas »
Top 5 Myths About Varicose Veins
Myth #1 - Only Middle-Aged Women Get Varicose Veins
Anyone can get varicose veins, and they affect both men and women of all ages. Varicose veins occur more frequently in people who have a strong family history and may worsen with occupations that require prolonged standing. Varicose veins appear to commonly affect people between 34 and 64 years of age.
Disclaimer: The Vein Health website features genuine before and after photos of successful vein treatment. However, Vein Health makes no guarantee of specific treatment results, as results may vary from patient to patient.
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