Tuesday, 21 December 2010
- The Whiteley Clinic has been shortlisted for the "Toast of Surrey" Business Awards 2011
- Mr Mark Whiteley has been nominated for "Business Personality of the Year"
at the same awards.
We look forwards to going through the judging process and are looking forwards to attending the awards evening.
Thursday, 16 December 2010
All courses are supported by full discussion of the latest relevant research and development in the world of veins.
Last week, one of our delegates flew in from Croatia for a course - and has just sent this by e-mail:
"Coming to your course was a wonderful experience for me. What I really needed were all those tricks and tips that you generously provided to us. I was feeling very comfortable at your clinic, and all the staff was eager to show us what we were interested in.
Dr Whiteley, you've opened my horizons and now I am reorganizing my future plans. Anyone who will ever work with me in the field of veins, will be sent to you for proper education. I am looking forward your phlebology institute because many of us will benefit from it.
Take care of your health ( coffee!!!!), to be able to help many of us, patients and doctors.
Good luck to you and your team."
As with a great many people that we see at The Whiteley Clinic with leg ulcers, the ulcer appeared to do well when it was dressed and bandaged, but broke out again as soon as the bandaging was stopped.
No one had offered her a cure.
Having heard about The Whiteley Clinic from one of her carers who had seen us sure another lady with a leg ulcer, this patient came for a scan and consultation.
Using our specialist team, we identified the underlying problem and treated her in one local anaesthetic "walk-in walk-out" procedure - as in The Whiteley Protocol (TM).
8 weeks after the local anaesthetic keyhole procedure, the lady is walking without any discomfort from her ulcer, and her leg ulcer is almost completely healed. There is one small area that has a superficial scab that will heal fully in the next 2 - 4 weeks.
She does not need any dressings, bandages nor stockings - and this cure should be permanent as the underlying cause has been corrected.
Sunday, 5 December 2010
In today's Mail on Sunday, there is a whole page article by Mark Whiteley on varicose veins treatments - and why stripping shouldn't be used anymore.
Click here to read article.
Thursday, 2 December 2010
The Clinical Exchange - A place to teach local anasethetic interventions, surgery and laser procedures
The Clinical Exchange is an ideal facility to show off new aesthetic and surgical instruments and techniques - including lasers, injections and local anaesthetic techniques.
Located in a CQC registered medical facility (The Whiteley Clinic) The Clinical Exchange can seat up to 48 with a live link to the local anaestheic operating theatre (laser approved), a clinical treatment room (laser approved) and the diagnostic and therapeutic duplex ultrasound room - all in the same building and easily accessible to all delegates.
Each room can have 2 HD remote cameras to show every part of the procedure being demonstrated or taught. A 2 way audio link allows delegates to question the demonstrating clinician throughout the treatment.
For those who want to demonstrate their techniques or products widely, The Clinical Exchange also allows live procedures and techniques to be broadcast via the Internet or other data transfer techniques to remote locations.
Finally, the The Clinical Exchange can also make DVD's and YouTube videos to help promote techniques, equipment or practices.