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Free varicose veins mini consultation evening with Mr Jacob

14 November 2018

Date: Wednesday 14 November

Time: From 7pm

Speaker: Mr Sabu JacobConsultant General Surgeon

Venue: Spire Hartswood Hospital - find us

About the event

Do you suffer from painful and unsightly varicose veins? Would you love to be 'stocking-free'?

Come to our free varicose and thread vein mini consultation evening and find out about the private treatments available at Spire Hartswood Hospital in Brentwood, Essex.

Mr Sabu Jacob, an experienced vascular surgeon, will discuss the causes and symptoms of your varicose veins and can advise you on the treatment options available - all within a free one-to-one 10 minute consultation. Our ultrasound technician will also be on hand to give each patient suffering from varicose veins a free mini-scan*. Please ensure that you wear clothing that makes your vein easily accessible.

*The mini-scan will give an indication of whether you may be suitable for ELT treatment. However, for patients planning to go ahead with treatment, a full ultrasound scan will still be needed. Scans are only offered to patients with varicose veins.

Book your place

Our varicose veins and thread veins evenings are very popular so please book early to avoid disappointment. You are welcome to bring a plus one.

Call 01277 266 761 to reserve your 10 minute consultation now or to find out more.

Location

Spire Hartswood Hospital is just two miles from M25 junction 28 (A12/A1023) and three miles from M25 junction 29 (A127). For directions, please see our map.

Free mini consultation - 14 November 2018, from 7pm

Vascular Surgery with Mr Sabu Jacob

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