In the lead up to the UIP International Vein Conference in Melbourne in 2018, our own Dr Peter Paraskevas was honoured to present to doctors and vein specialists at the 2017 Advanced Phlebology Workshop.
Delaying treatment for varicose veins can cause serious complications, including venous ulceration. Especially later in life. Recently, a patient presented to our practice with a nasty case of venous ulceration. The skin of lower leg and ankle was inflamed, painful and
Yoga can be an effective relaxation and fitness technique; it’s a fantastic habit to get into. But have you heard people say it’s ideal for “treating” varicose veins? We’ve heard that too. Varicose veins occur when there is a failure of the one-way valves inside your veins.
When we talk about Spider veins, we’re referring to the small red or blue veins that can spread out like tiny tree branches on the feet, legs, chest and even face. They are sometimes called broken capillaries or thread veins.
A phlebologist is a medically qualified doctor with post-graduate training for expert diagnosis and treatment of many forms of venous disease. This covers varicose and spider veins, clotting disorders, vascular birthmarks, leg ulcers and related conditions.