Victoria Vein Clinic

  • Basic Info

  • Treatments

What veins do we treat?

  • Spider veins or telangiectases - tiny short unconnected or spidery branching vessels
  • Reticular veins - smaller blue veins that do not protrude
  • Varicose veins - veins that bulge above the skin surface
  • Diseased Saphenous veins - the main surface veins leading to visible varicose veins
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Welcome to The Victoria Vein Clinic

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Australiasian College of Phlebology

The Victoria Vein Clinic associated with Victoria Vascular Ultrasound is a private medical specialist group in Melbourne, Australia. The clinic aims to provide the best possible treatment for venous disease including facial veins, spider veins, varicose veins and the effects of deep vein thrombosis. It draws together a specialist vascular surgeon, phlebologists, sclerotherapists, vascular sonographers and nursing staff.

The Victoria Vein Clinic has close affiliations with the Australasian College of Phlebology. Prof Myers is Emeritus Chancellor of the College.

This website provides extensive information about venous disease in general, treatment options and practical information about management.

Treatment options include:

 

Interview with Dr. Roberts

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions
Find out everything you need to know about the Victoria Vein Clinic's Out of Hospital procedures.
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For Doctors

For Doctors
A collection of articles and papers of interest to other phlebologists and medical practicioners.
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