Friday, 19 November 2010
This course runs over 8 weeks for one evening per week. It is aimed at students from 14 - 18 who want to go to medical school.
For more details on the course - www.theclinicalexchange.co.uk
Thursday, 18 November 2010
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
A new Whiteley Clinic video is launched on You Tube. The patient is a man who had venous eczema and discolouration of the ankle due to varicose veins.
Before coming to The Whiteley Clinic he had been advised only to have support stockings.
He was cured by walk-in walk-out local anaesthetic surgery using The Whiteley Protocol.
Friday, 12 November 2010
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Tuesday, 9 November 2010
This video is of a patient who attended The Whiteley Clinic with nasty varicose veins.
Our investigations showed her veins came from her pelvis - so she underwent pelvic vein embolisation as part of her procedure.
She talks about her experiences and her result.
Friday, 5 November 2010
Venous Eczema is one of a host of under diagnosed conditions related to varicose veins and venous reflux (hidden varicose veins).
Many people have red or brown stains on their legs due to venous eczema. Unfortunately as the underlying venous reflux is often hidden away (hidden varicose veins) GP's and nurses often just give steroid creams or other creams to try to make it feel better.
Although this stops any itching for a while, it doesn't take away the underlying cause - that of the venous reflux (or hidden varicose veins) - meaning it continues to worsen and head towards leg ulceration.
This website explains the problem - gives example pictures - and shows the right treatment that can cure the problem:
venous duplex ultrasound and the correct surgery as recommended by The Whiteley ProtocolTM.
Thursday, 4 November 2010
Wednesday, 3 November 2010
This is a FREE online service where people worried about their legs, with:
- varicose veins
- aching legs
- swollen ankles
- thread veins
- discoloured skin at the ankles
- leg ulcers
- itching skin on the legs
can get a free assessment and advice as to whether they might need further investigation.
As so many people get incorrect or out-dated information about varicose veins and venous conditions, we hope that this will be a major advance for people wanting to look after themselves.
Tuesday, 2 November 2010
RFiTT is a radiofrequency device that is used through a keyhole (or pinhole) approach, that closes Varicose Veins using heat. The treatment is all controlled by ultrasound to make sure that the target vein is completed destroyed.
Research on RFiTT performed this summer at The Whiteley Clinic by George Badham - Whiteley Clinic research fellow - won 3rd Prize at the IVEC and ISVS in Milan, in October this year.