Endovenous Laser Therapy

Endovenous Laser Ablation Therapy at Ramsay Health Care

Endovenous laser ablation (EVLA), or Endovenous laser therapy (EVLT) is an outpatient procedure with minimal downtime that uses laser heat to quickly remove varicose veins.

At Ramsay, we regularly perform endovenous laser therapy to safely and effectively remove unsightly or painful varicose veins. This means that our vascular surgeons are highly experienced in EVLA, as well as other vein treatments.

Unfortunately, varicose vein removal for cosmetic reasons is rarely available on the NHS. For those in discomfort, the NHS has waiting lists and various qualifying grading criteria. At your local Ramsay hospital, we swiftly treat all patients who want to remove their varicose veins. Booking is simple and doesn’t require a GP referral.

Treatment is fast and effective so you can get back to your daily routine within a matter of days.

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