At Dr Newmans Clinic in Exeter, we specialise in the treatment of thread veins using various methods, including Veinwave treatment. Thread veins, also known as spider veins, are tiny dilated blood vessels that appear close to the surface of the skin, usually in a web-like pattern. They can be red, blue, or purple in colour and are commonly found on the face, legs, and other areas of the body.
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At our Exeter clinic, the main thread vein removal treatment we offer is Veinwave. Veinwave is a non-invasive treatment method that uses high-frequency microwaves to target and eliminate thread veins. The treatment involves inserting a fine needle into the affected vein, and then the microwaves are applied to heat and collapse the vessel. This process is relatively quick and precise as well as being pain-free, making it a popular choice for thread vein removal.
We also offer Micro Sclerotherapy and can treat varicose veins alongside our sister company, UK Vein Clinic, at various locations across the country. So, whether you are looking for thread vein removal in Exeter to improve your skin health or for medical reasons, we can help.
Our clinic in Exeter is located a short 10 minute walk outside of Exeter City Centre, with bus routes available to and from the clinic. The clinic is easily commutable from surrounding areas such as Shillingford Abbot, Nadderwater, Whitestone, Cowley, Sowton and Matford.
There are two public car parks, both a minute walk away at each end of Denmark Street. These being the Triangle Car Park and Magdalen Road Car Park. Pay and display parking is also available on Denmark Street, directly outside the centre. There are also a great many 2-hour bays in the surrounding streets. The nearest one being Spicer Road and Barnfeild Hill.
Exeter Central Station is 0.7 miles away from the clinic, around a 14 minute walk away. Exit the station onto Queens and take the D or H bus. The nearest bus stop is Lower Summerlands (SE bound), approximately 0.2 miles from the centre. Go along Heavitree Road, then turn left onto Denmark Road. Continue for 0.2 miles and the centre is on the right. For details of station services and facilities go to www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations
The closest bus stop to the clinic is Lower Summerlands, just about 350 yards from the clinic. This stop is served by buses travelling towards Digby. The stop is just outside Sommerlands Court. Go along Heavitree Road, then turn left onto Denmark Road. Continue for 0.2 miles and the centre is on the right. The 9A (Exeter Bus Station - Sidbury/Honiton/Seaton) and X38 (Exeter Bus Station - Plymouth Royal Parade) travel past this stop regularly.
Which areas of Exeter does your clinic cover?
At Dr Newmans Clinic, we offer thread vein removal to the whole of Exeter, including Alphington, Duryard and St James, Exwick, Heavitree, Mincinglake and Whipton, Newtown and St Leonards, Pennsylvania, Pinhoe, Priory, St David’s, St Loyes, St Thomas, Topsham, Monkleton, Newcourt, Digby and throughout Devon.
What treatments do you offer at Dr Newmans thread vein removal clinic Exeter?
The main treatments we offer at our Exeter based clinic are Veinwave and Micro Sclerotherapy. At other clinics, we also offer Foam Sclerotherapy and Radiofrequency Ablation to treat varicose veins.
Is thread vein removal painful?
No, thread vein removal is not painful when using a treatment method such as Veinwave or Micro Sclerotherapy. You will be back on your feet and resuming normal activities within 15 minutes of treatment.
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