Treatment for leg veins including varicose & spider veins
Dr Paul Varcoe established The Leg Vein Clinic in Broadbeach, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia in 1995 to provide the most up-to-date treatment of all leg vein problems including varicose and spider veins. The Leg Vein Clinic offer treatments to help with the appearance and discomfort of varicose veins with either Ultrasound Guided Sclerotherapy or Laser Ablation depending on the severity of your varicose veins. We also treat superficial spider veins with standard sclerotherapy. All assessments and procedures for varicose or spider veins are carried out at our Gold Coast Clinic, without the need for hospitalisation, general anesthetic, loss of work time or disruption to your every day activities. All patients walk out of our clinic after any type of treatment!
Dr Varcoe is a Phlebologist. This means he has specialised in vein disease. Phlebology is a branch of medicine that deals with veins and their disease. To become a Phlebologist Dr Varcoe has done extensive post graduate training. In Australia only doctors who are Fellows of The Australasian College of Phlebology have the right to call themselves Phlebologists. Dr Varcoe is also the past Vice President of The Australasian College of Phlebology. He continues to take an active role in education and often has "doctors - in - training" at his clinic.
At The Leg Vein Clinic, we can help you make the best choice for the treatment of your leg veins beginning with a comprehensive consultation, ultrasound and general discussion of your recommended treatment with Dr Varcoe. To make an appointment or to find out more about the vein treatment procedures performed at The Leg Vein Clinic, Gold Coast, please contact us on 07 5538 1133 weekdays between 7:30am - 4.00pm.
You will be able to learn a lot about vein disease and your treatment choices for varicose veins or spider veins from our website, however there are other more general sites that you may also find helpful. These are The Australasian College of Phlebology web site and the American College of Phlebology web site.