Varicose vein procedure – done

Varicose vein procedure – done

So, today I sat in on a varicose vein procedure using medical glue… It took about 30 minutes for veins on both legs. All the while our patient was relaxed – not a squeak out of her. A small, local anaesthetic injection is first and then an equally small incision is...

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Can young people get varicose veins?

Can young people get varicose veins?

We’re good at busting varicose vein myths at Richard Evans Vascular – here’s another one – varicose veins only affect older people… It’s true there’s an increased risk with age but younger people, too, can get varicose veins, because varicose veins are mostly...

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Wishing all our patients safe and happy holidays

Wishing all our patients safe and happy holidays

Our clinics will close at 5pm on 21 December and reopen again on 14 January 2019. The compression stockings shop is open over the break but there may be some delays with shipping. Merry Xmas and see you in the new year!

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2 things to remember when travelling…

2 things to remember when travelling…

When you're going overseas, don't forget your passport...but equally don't forget your compression socks. Compression socks help prevent DVT (deep vein thrombosis or blood clot) by helping to keep the blood circulating. If you're flying, try to walk around a bit, do...

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Strings in Spring concert

Strings in Spring concert

We're delighted to support Arohanui Strings in Spring concert: • 8 October, 6.30pm • Victoria University, Hunter Council Chamber With Helene Pohl on violin and Jian Liu on piano it will be one to remember. Tickets $75 (includes bubbles and canapes) - pay online: 38...

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Intro sale! Venosan compression socks $58.50

Intro sale! Venosan compression socks $58.50

New to our webshop. Get 10% off Venosan compression stockings for a limited time (normally $65) – medical-grade and perfect for long distance travel or if you’re on your feet all day. Compression stockings help to prevent dvt (deep vein thrombosis – blood clots)....

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ESCAPE THE COLD BUT PACK YOUR SOCKS

ESCAPE THE COLD BUT PACK YOUR SOCKS

If you’re flying off to escape our winter (lucky) don’t forget to wear travel socks. Travel socks can help prevent DVT (deep vein thrombosis). A DVT is caused by a blood clot blocking a vein. It can become dangerous if it breaks away and travels to your lungs. Can you...

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PREGNANT, WITH VARICOSE VEINS

PREGNANT, WITH VARICOSE VEINS

Varicose veins can develop in pregnancy, especially if you’ve had them before. What we do know is they may reduce after you’ve had your baby but will most probably return for your next one. As the uterus grows this puts more pressure on the veins in your legs, plus,...

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VARICOSE VEIN DAY PROCEDURES

VARICOSE VEIN DAY PROCEDURES

We treat varicose veins using either laser treatment or medical-grade glue - no need for stripping these days! You'll be back on your feet in no time. No doctor referral needed; free online consultations, non-invasive.

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Now in Auckland!

Now in Auckland!

Our first clinic in Auckland is tomorrow. Find us at Ormiston Hospital, 125 Ormiston Road, Flatbush. Book on: 0800 45 45 88.   Or email us at: info@revascular.co.nz   Or mobile: 022 683 7860.

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