Varicose vein treatment
Varicose veins are prominent bulging veins on your leg. They are caused when the valves in the leg veins stop working. Apart from being unsightly, if left untreated, they can lead to a number complications. There are a number of different treatments for varicose veins available. You will have the opportunity to discuss each of these with your surgeon in order to develop an individualised treatment plan. Read more about varicose vein treatment in Bath
The teamWe are all local surgeons (Mahesh Pai, John Budd) with many years experience between us and excellent results ratified by the National Vascular Database. We have performed over 3000 varicose veins procedures and over 5000 hernia repairs. We are supported by a team, including vascular scientists (people who scan your arteries and veins), radiologists (who do angioplasties), vascular nurses and our personal assistants Carolyn Fraser and Jane Pollitt.
Arterial problems are usually fairly serious conditions such as aneurysms, and blockages to the arteries in the legs. Blockages also occur in the artery supplying the brain causing a stroke. The treatment of these may involve or major surgery such as Bypass surgery or X-ray guided procedures such as angioplasty (stretching the artery with a balloon) or insertion of a stent. Read more about arterial treatment in Bath
Hernias are protrusions of part or whole of an organ or other bodily structure through the wall that normally contains it. In Latin it means a rupture. We specialise in Local anesthetic ambulatory hernias repairs with early mobilisation doing over 500 cases a year. Read more about hernia treatment in Bath