31 December 2018
Do you suffer from aching legs? Are you unhappy about the appearance of varicose veins?
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Magdy Moawad at Spire include:
• Management of varicose and thread (spider) veins using VNUS, Laser and Foam Sclerotherapy
• Open and minimally invasive (endovascular) management of aortic aneurysms
• Management of carotid artery disease for prevention of strokes and mini-stroke
• Lower limb vascular reconstructions to improve the circulation of the leg
• Management of diabetic foot and limb salvage
• General surgery interests including all types of hernia repairs, excessive sweating, Botox therapy
I have advanced training in vascular and endovascular surgery and have worked in many eminent Regional Vascular and Endovascular Units such as St. Thomas’, St. George’s and Royal Free hospitals in London. This has enhanced my skills and allowed me to become familiar with different and diverse surgical practices.
I performed the first endovascular repair for ruptured thoracic aneurysm under local anaesthesia at St Peter's Hospital in November 2012.
I perform most of my surgeries including major cases under local anaesthesia. My average length of stay for major cases is three days (NHS Choice).
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MB BCh, MSc, FRCS (Ed.), FRCS Gen.Surg. / Cairo/Egypt and UK / 1986
Certificate in Teaching and Certificate in Educational Supervision in 2013
Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon, Ashford and St. Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation TrustBack to top
Title of Book Chapter: Emergency management of the diabetic foot and associated complications
Book Title: “Clinical Pathways in Emergency Medicine” 2nd Edition, Springer, 2016
I enjoy playing music and have artistic talent that has been reflected in my work. I play the Lute and violin and play music to raise money for charitable and various other events, my most recent performances being in London, Paris, Italy and Sweden.
I was a guest of honor at the BBC world service in April 2013. I played oud and discussed the relation between music and medicine in a special episode on remembrance of Farid Alatrash, the best oud player and composer in the Middle East. This interview lasted one hour.Back to top
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