The smart choice for healthy veins

The smart choice for healthy veins

The smart choice for healthy veins

The smart choice for healthy veins

The smart choice for healthy veins

The smart choice for healthy veins

We focus only on procedures and technology that are clinically proven to have the best outcomes for our patients. Driven by this evidence, our service is designed to give you the best results as efficiently as possible. We will only ever charge you a single fee – and it includes our guarantee that the varicose veins we've treated will be closed successfully

Choose world-class treatment at a price that works

  • Created by leading vascular surgeons, using the latest evidence and rigorous methods of care
  • Minimally-invasive treatment using clinically proven technology: walk in and walk out the same day
  • NO lasers or general anaesthetic needed
  • Less post-op pain, less risk of infection, little or no scarring.
  • NO hidden charges or unnecessary costs:
    just one fair, fixed price for a result that’s guaranteed
Assess your vein health
Woman showing legs with healthy veins - UK Vein Clinic varicose vein service

Choose world-class treatment at a price that works

  • Created by top surgeons, using the latest evidence and rigorous methods of care
  • Minimally invasive treatment using proven technology: walk in and walk out the same day
  • NO lasers or general anaesthetic needed
  • Less post-op pain, less risk of infection, little or no scarring
  • NO hidden charges or unnecessary costs: just one fair, fixed price for a result that’s guaranteed
Assess your vein health
Sports person showing legs with healthy veins - UK Vein Clinic varicose vein service

How it works

1. Consult

Discuss your situation - by phone or live chat - with an experienced advisor, who can arrange a consultation for you at our Harley Street clinic. You will then see a specialist doctor who will ensure you understand all your treatment options, and the implications of any surgery or other procedures we offer you. Each leg vein consultation includes a detailed duplex ultrasound scan, to precisely locate the veins to be treated, and help thoroughly assess your condition

2. Treat

At your next visit, your vascular surgeon will use either Radiofrequency Ablation or Veinwave technology to remove unhealthy veins. These walk-in, walk-out procedures are gentle, non-invasive, and proven to be effective

3. Follow up

Following varicose vein treatment, we’ll arrange a second consultation with a full scan, to check your veins are properly closed. At this point, we’ll use a technique called ‘Foam Sclerotherapy’ (where foam is injected into the vein to permanently close it) to treat any residual varicose veins. There is no extra charge for treating residual veins during this follow-up appointment

Take the first step to healthy veins

Get your Vein Health Assessment, and book your call with a specialist advisor

Who we are

UK Vein Clinic is a team of leading vascular surgeons and specialist practitioners. With routine varicose vein treatment through the NHS severely restricted, we looked for ways to give as many people as possible access to the best care and most effective treatment

Mr Stephen Black, Vascular Surgeon, part of UK Vein Clinic varicose vein service leadership team

Stephen Black

Stephen Black is one of the country’s leading consultant vascular surgeons, and responsible for training surgeons in this field (‘vascular’ refers to veins and other blood vessels). A fellow of the European Board of Vascular Surgery, he’s usually based at London’s Guys and St Thomas’s hospital, where he leads the department

Dr Peter Finigan, Vascular Specialist & GP, part of UK Vein Clinic varicose vein service leadership team

Dr Peter Finigan

Dr Peter Finigan is an experienced vein practitioner and former student of the Mayo Clinic in America. He is founder of the Stamford Clinic, and Medical Director at thread vein specialist Dr Newmans Clinic

Fabrizio D'Abate, Vascular Scientist and Sonographer, part of UK Vein Clinic varicose vein service leadership team

Fabrizio d'Abate

Fabrizio D’Abate is a specialist Vascular Sonographer and award-winning Clinical Vascular Scientist. Usually based at St George’s hospital in London, he has tutored on several training courses in vascular ultrasound, and holds prizes from the Society of Vascular Technology

Meet the team

The UK Vein Clinic method: what and why

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Legs with healthy veins - UK Vein Clinic varicose vein service

The UKVC method: what and why

  • Results and evidence matter. Our care pathways have been rigorously designed by Stephen Black and Dr Peter Finigan, to ground our whole process in the latest medical science, and gear everything we do towards delivering the best outcome for each patient
  • To identify the source of your varicose veins and map their course, we start with a full duplex ultrasound of the legs. (For thread or spider veins in the face and elsewhere, see below)
  • The current clinical evidence (including this study published in the British Journal of Surgery) indicates that most varicose veins are best treated using specialist radiofrequency equipment. This technology means the procedure can be carried out under local anaesthetic, in a suitable clinical setting
Senior woman showing legs with healthy veins - UK Vein Clinic varicose vein service

Vein disorders and how to treat them

Vein disease or Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) will affect up to 20 million people in the UK at some point in their lives. Symptoms include varicose veins (large ‘trunk’ and smaller ‘reticular’ types), usually in the legs and feet, and thread or spider veins (‘teleangiectasia’ varicose veins)

Vein disease tends to get worse the older we are. But - along with any susceptibility we've inherited in our genes - lifestyle factors including our diet, how active we are, and whether we smoke can all play their part in determining how soon and how badly we're affected

How does poor circulation lead to varicose veins? Normally, healthy veins allow blood flow up from the feet to the heart, using tiny valves to keep the blood rising. Problems occur when these valves fail, or muscles become weak, allowing blood to pool and collect in the vein, which makes it swell up

Where to find us

You'll find our clinic at 150 Harley Street, in the heart of London’s prestigious medical district. The nearest Underground stations are Great Portland Street (Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, and Circle lines), Warren Street (Northern Line), Regent’s Park (Bakerloo line) and Baker Street (Jubilee Line)

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