Mr Akin Oluwole

Mr Akin Oluwole

Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon


Specialises in

  • Varicose and thread veins
  • Swollen and painful legs
  • Pain when walking
  • Blocked arteries
  • Aneurysm treatment

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I am a very experienced Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon with my NHS practice at the Nottingham University Teaching Hospitals. I specialise in the treatment of all vascular conditions, with a special interest in keyhole varicose veins and keyhole aneurysm treatments.

I have been treating varicose veins since 2001, and I treat about 25 to 30 patients every month, both in my NHS and private practice.

I also treat patients with leg pain, leg ulcers, leg swelling, blocked arteries, carotid surgery for stroke prevention and all types of aneurysms.

I developed and currently lead the complex aneurysm repair programme in Nottingham.

I am a keen teacher and actively involved in vascular surgery training in the UK and Africa. I am currently the Training Programme Director for Vascular Surgery with Health Education England, East Midlands, and tasked with the responsibility of training future vascular surgeons. This is a role that keeps me up to date with current teachings and research, enabling me to practice evidence-based medicine. I also organise yearly vascular training workshops for vascular surgeons.

I can be available for a free pre-consultation phone call on 07733 116 761 to plan your consultation and investigations at your convenience.


General Medical Council Number: C4345752

Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Akin Oluwole at Spire include:

Vascular surgery

Other treatments

  • Aneurysm repair including endovascular and open
  • Arterial bypass surgery
  • Botox injection for sweaty armpits
  • Carotid surgery
  • Keyhole endovascular treatment for abdominal aneurysms
  • Leg pain
  • Leg swelling and leg ulcers treatment
  • Surgery for blocked arteries

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Additional information

Vascular surgery

My clinical interests include varicose vein surgery (VNUS closure, foam sclerotherapy, thread veins), endovascular aneurysm repair and the treatment of hyperhidrosis (sweaty armpits). I am skilled in the latest minimally invasive techniques, including keyhole varicose vein surgery and endovascular aneurysm repair.

BS / University of Lagos, Nigeria / 1989
Bachelor of Medicine

BS / University of Lagos, Nigeria / 1989
Bachelor of Surgery

FRCS / Royal College of Surgeons, Glasgow / 1997
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons

LLM / Nottingham Trent University / 2007
Masters in Health Law

Professional memberships

British Medical Association

Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland

European Society of Vascular Surgery

British Society for Endovascular Therapy

International Hyperhidrosis Society

Nottingham University Hospitals.

I love sports including football and Formula 1. I also join my local church in feeding the homeless twice a week. I am involved in a charity called CMIPD (The Centre for the Promotion of Medical Informatics and Professional Development) which aims to enhance delivery of healthcare in Nigeria.

I spend my spare evenings helping out in soup kitchens for the homeless with my local church in Nottingham. I also volunteer with international medical charities providing vascular service to developing countries