We are a team of vein specialists who can help you with your veins
The VeinCare Centre
Based in Dorset, we help people find freedom from unsightly veins, veins causing pain, ache and throbbing as well as veins causing serious medical complications such as phlebitis, varicose eczema and leg ulcers.
We can help you.
Leg Veins | Face Veins| Hand Veins
Established in 2002, we are a team of medical specialists who treat all types of veins causing embarrassment, discomfort and health problems. We have helped countless people for nearly 20 years to transform their lives and to regain their health.
All our treatments are performed by experienced consultant vascular surgeons under local anaesthetic as a walk in, walk out procedure.
- No admission to hospital
- No painful surgery
- Rapid recovery
- Excellent value for money
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Our prices are guaranteed with no hidden extras. We have a clear pricing policy: our prices are published and are fully inclusive. There is no extra charge for the follow up appointment or scan. Private care doesn’t have to be expensive.
We not only care about your legs, we also care about you. In the unlikely event that you have a problem after treatment, we guarantee to do our very best to help you at no extra charge to you.
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Dr H Gajraj MS FRCS
The VeinCare Centre is proud to offer the latest techniques for the treatment of varicose veins, superficial venous reflux and related venous problems. Please see our Treatments page for more information.
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Yes. The short answer is Local Anaesthetic is best for treating varicose veins when compared to other forms of anaesthetic. There are 5 main reasons including safety and recovery. Even in 2022, some vein specialists still recommend that you have your varicose veins treated under a general anaesthetic. In my
Since 1st April 2022, face masks are no longer a legal requirement in England and recent guidance from NHS England Guidance is that universal face masking is no longer required in healthcare settings. However, we have a person-centred approach to face masking. We understand that some of our patients may
Can Varicose Eczema be Cured? What is the Cure for Varicose Eczema? Yes, Varicose Eczema can be cured, but only, if it is correctly diagnosed and treated. What is Varicose Eczema and How is it Diagnosed? Varicose Eczema is sometimes called Venous Eczema, Gravitational Eczema or Stasis Eczema. These terms
For many, varicose veins are just cosmetic. For others they cause mild, moderate or sometimes severe symptoms. Tender and painful varicose veins may indicate that you have a serious medical complication called phlebitis. Symptoms of Varicose Veins Have you ever wondered why your varicose veins cause your legs to ache?
There are 7 Reasons Why You Should See a Doctor About Your Varicose Veins: 1. Severe Symptoms; 2. Dry Itchy Rash Near Your Ankle; 3. You Had Vein Problems During Pregnancy; 4. The Skin Near Your Ankle is Weeping or Has an Ulcer; 5. You have Blue Veins on Your
Are Varicose Veins related to DVT? Yes. Varicose veins raise your risk of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) by up to 900%. This is important to know now because COVID-19 infections are on the rise and COVID-19 also increases the risk of getting a DVT. The risk of a DVT after
Varicose veins are often painful and itchy. Although most people experience pain, throbbing and swelling from varicose veins, many can also develop itchiness that can be irritating and can disturb sleep. Itch might seem to be a rather odd varicose vein symptom. However here are the 2 main reasons why
Dr Gajraj has been awarded a prestigious award in 2022 iWantGreatCare has today awarded the Certificate of Excellence 2022 to leading nurses, clinicians and healthcare providers who received overwhelmingly positive feedback from patients on its review platform. Recipients received certificates of recognition for providing “outstanding care” to their patients. Over
It is very important to quickly distinguish between varicose eczema and cellulitis and to start the correct treatment. Varicose Eczema is a vascular condition that can lead to ulceration and cellulitis is an infection that can lead to sepsis. People with varicose eczema need a duplex ultrasound scan and people
As of 15th June, patients attending the clinic are no longer required to wear face masks. However, if you prefer to wear a mask, we will supply you with one on arrival. Some of our staff may choose to wear a face mask in certain situations. See our COVID-19 policy.