Patients may be apprehensive about the treatment they receive, regardless of how invasive it may be. Unusual feelings and physical sensations are common, and we want you to feel entirely supported as you proceed through your UK Vein Clinic journey.
Vanessa Livingstone, a highly experienced specialised vascular nurse, leads our aftercare team. Vanessa may be reached at email@example.com if you have any questions about your treatment. Vanessa is passionate about the positive impact our treatment has on our patients' quality of life, not just by alleviating symptoms like pain, itching, and throbbing, but also by achieving cosmetic outcomes that boost confidence and self-esteem.
Vanessa is currently hosting a number of virtual clinics for when an email just isn't enough. Our clinics are held twice a week and can be scheduled with the aftercare team. While issues are uncommon, they do occur, and you should consult with our professional staff to verify that risks are minimised and that you are taking all required precautions.
Following treatment, the nurses will explain how to effectively care for your legs in order to maximise your chances of a quick recovery and positive clinical outcomes. We recommend reading our blog post on varicose vein treatment recovery for a refresher on this information. This article explains what to expect immediately after your procedure, how to care your dressings for the first 48 hours, and when compression stockings should be used in the two weeks after treatment.
It's vital to keep in mind that symptomatic and aesthetic changes can take time to emerge. Your body will find new methods to return blood to your heart, bypassing the veins that have been treated. Any bruises or bandages from the procedure will take time to heal. Be kind to yourself, stay hydrated, eat well and take plenty of exercise. Long walks are a great way to get your blood flowing.
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