Ugly veins and discomfort fade away
At Ashbury Clinic in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast, we offer a range of highly effective treatments for spider and varicose veins. We also provide the latest and most popular treatment methods, which are virtually painless and swift enough to enable you to go home the same day.
We can also treat more than just varicose and spider veins. Our treatments are also effective for managing:
Whether it is facial, leg, or other areas of varicose or spider veins, you can be assured that at Ashbury Clinic in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast, we can offer the solution to your problem. Equipped with the latest technology in treating unwanted veins, our centres provide you with the best methods for comfort and convenience.
To find out more about our varicose vein treatment, or to book a consultation at Ashbury Clinic, contact us.
It’s not uncommon for men and women to develop varicose or spider veins at some point in their lives. Women tend to be more prone than men, but it is not a condition that needs to be endured on either part.
There are now new and innovative methods that have proven extremely effective in removing the appearance of varicose and spider veins. Many of these methods are now in use and pioneered by Ashbury Clinic today.
Sclerotherapy and laser treatment are the two most frequently used methods for removing unwanted veins. These treatments are virtually painless and effectively remove varicose and spider veins. With these new treatments, you no longer have to endure the un-pleasantries of hospitalisation or turn to some of the more painful vein stripping surgeries used in previous treatments.
Sclerotherapy is a technique that involves the injection of a liquid that causes the visible veins to shrink. The treatment eventually causes the vein to collapse and become reabsorbed by the body. This treatment method is recommended for people with varicose or spider veins that are of a larger size.
Laser treatment is an option for getting rid of varicose and spider veins that pinpoints specific areas of the body using pulsing beams of light. This causes the visible veins to collapse and become reabsorbed by the body, effectively decreasing their visible state. Generally, laser treatment for veins is recommended for people with smaller visible veins.
Another effective laser treatment for varicose vein removal is known as EVLT or Endo Venous Laser Therapy. This can be conducted in the doctor’s local practice and usually takes around an hour to perform. EVLT is often considered to be a high-tech version of sclerotherapy and involves inserting a tiny catheter or laser fibre into the affected vein. A radio frequency or laser energy ablation is then sent into the affected vein, which shrinks and seals it shut.
If you would like to know more about the varicose and spider veins procedure, and what Ashbury Clinic in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast can do for you, please contact us today.
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All new patients must pay a $50 booking fee to secure their appointment.
This fee will only be refunded if a minimum of 48 hours notice is provided.
The fee can be deducted from any treatment undertaken with nurses and beauty therapists only.
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|Monday||8:30am to 6:30pm|
|Tuesday||8:30am to 6:30pm|
|Wednesday||8:30am to 6:30pm|
|Thursday||8:30am to 6:30pm|
|Friday||8:30am to 6:30pm|
|Saturday||8:30am to 4:00pm|
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