Our dedicated team consist of professionals with over 100 years combined experience in varicose veins diagnosis and treatments. This extensive experience gives us a complete understanding of our patients’ needs and expectations which helps us to deliver outstanding professional services to our patients.
I am a consultant surgeon in vascular and endovascular surgery with a specific interest in venous disorders, including deep vein thrombosis and varicose veins. I trained at University College London and the Middlesex Hospitals’ School of Medicine, qualifying in 2000. In 2004, I moved to the North West to continue my higher surgical training at the Mersey School of Surgery. From 2005 to 2007 I was the Endovascular Research Fellow at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and was awarded a doctorate of medicine by the University of Liverpool.
I am widely published in medical periodicals and textbooks and am a frequent presenter at national and international conferences. In 2010, I was the Liverpool and North West Society of Surgeons’ travelling Fellow to the Gonda Vascular Centre at the Mayo Clinic (Minnesota, USA) at the invitation of Professor P. Gloviczki. In 2012, I was awarded the American College of Phlebology’s International Scholarship.
I was appointed a Consultant Surgeon in Liverpool in 2013 I am the lead for complex venous disease at Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. I also sit on the Council of the Venous Forum of the Royal Society of Medicine.
I am a Consultant Vascular Surgeon treating patients with a broad range of vascular disease. I specialise in endovascular or keyhole treatment of vascular conditions, including varicose veins, blocked leg arteries and aneurysms.
My medical school training was at Imperial College London where I was awarded the basic MB BS degree, in addition to a BSc in Physiology and an MSc in Surgical technology.
Following medical school and basic surgical training in London, I undertook specialist vascular surgical training in Oxford. This was followed by a vascular surgery fellowship in Melbourne, Australia for 12 months. Further specialist training was in Montreal, Canada, where as the McGill University advanced Aortic and Peripheral Endovascular Fellow, I was trained to be a specialist at treating all aspects of peripheral vascular and aortic disease using keyhole or endovascular surgery.
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