Come and visit our highly experienced team of thread vein treatment specialists at our thread vein removal clinic in Liverpool. Thread veins, also known as spider veins, are small, dilated blood vessels that appear close to the surface of the skin. They are typically red, blue, or purple in colour and often form a spider web like pattern.
These veins are most commonly found on the face and legs but they can appear on other parts of the body as well. Thread veins are caused by the enlargement of small blood vessels due to various factors, including genetics, age, hormonal changes, sun exposure and skin conditions.
Our team can assess your spider veins, help you to understand the causes in your particular case and recommend an appropriate solution for removing them.
At Dr Newmans Clinic, Liverpool, our doctors use Thermocoagulation (Veinwave) to treat a range of thread vein conditions. When you visit us for an initial consultation, we will make a treatment plan recommendation including information around the number of treatments required to treat your particular case.
The biggest areas of concern are facial (including nose veins) and leg thread veins, as well as any associated redness and rosacea. If you’re in Liverpool and searching for the best place to find treatment, please contact our Dr Newmans Clinic office.
If you’d like to know more about our thread vein treatments, thread vein removal in Liverpool or to discuss your first consultation, then get in touch today.
Our Liverpool thread vein clinic is located at St Paul’s Square, close to the heart of Liverpool City Centre. The clinic's L3 postcode means that it’s extremely easy to get to us from within Central Liverpool and many surrounding areas such as Birkenhead, Bootle and even St Helens. There are fantastic public transport links through the City of Liverpool, so no matter whether you drive or not, you should be able to reach us no problem at all.
Dr Newmans Thread Vein Clinic in Liverpool is easily commutable from surrounding areas including; Bootle, Walton, Fairlfield, Wavertree, Birkenhead, Widnes, Wallasey and St Helens.
When travelling to us by car there are plenty of places to park within walking distance of the clinic. The closest and most convenient place to park is within the pay-and-display spaces East Street, just to the side of Pall Mall Medical. However, spaces on East Street are limited, meaning many people that visit us choose to park at the nearby NCP Pall Mall Car Park (L3 6AL), which is less than a 5-minute walk from the clinic. There are usually ample spaces available within the car park and pricing is reasonable.
The closest train station to our Liverpool Clinic is Moorfields; just a five-minute walk via Bixeth Street. Moorfields is on the Merseyrail Line and just one stop (2-minutes) from both Liverpool Central and Liverpool James Street stations. If you’re heading into Liverpool Lime Street, then you can get to the clinic via bus, train or by walking (20-minutes).
If you’re travelling by bus to our clinic then the best stop to hop off at is ‘Edmund Street’, on Old Hall Street. The ‘Edmund Street’ stop is on all of the following bus routes; 54 Bus (Thornton to Liverpool, via Crosby and Bootle), 103 Bus (Waterloo to Liverpool, via Sandhills), 135 Bus (Netherton to Dingle, via Bootle) and the 235 Bus (Dingle to Netherton, via Bootle). For all up to date bus times and routes, visit – https://jp.merseytravel.gov.uk
Which areas of Liverpool does your clinic cover?
At Dr Newmans Clinic, we offer thread vein removal to the whole of Liverpool, including Aigburth, Croxteth, Everton, Dingle, Sefton Park, Norris Green, West Derby, Garston, Albert Dock, Melrose Road and the surrounding areas.
What treatments do you offer at Dr Newmans thread vein removal clinic Liverpool?
The main treatments we offer at our Liverpool 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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