This 38 year old tennis player presented with a history of lower leg pain which was progressively worsening over the years and was not improving with exercise or compression stockings.
This 64 year old grandmother presented with an aching lower leg associated with a patch of surface veins.
This 41-year-old executive presented with unsightly leg veins affecting both legs predominantly over the outer and inner thigh.
This 53 year old mother of 4 presented with the predominant problem of ongoing leg pain which would often worsen at night and in the hotter months.
This 47-year-old marketing consultant presented with multiple spider veins associated with blue underlying veins (reticular veins) and was treated with MSc and ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy (UGS).
This 49-year-old executive presented with a long standing history of lower leg ache and obvious varicose veins.
This 68 year old man presented with a complex history of deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and was taking Warfarin®.