Your responses to the self-assessment tool indicate that your veins MAY be spider veins.

At The Vein Institute we only treat varicose veins.
You can learn about the difference between spider veins and varicose veins here.

Spider veins are generally a cosmetic issue however if you are experiencing any pain or swelling we recommend you consult your doctor, or contact us to discuss your symptoms further.

A woman on a seashore splashing the sea water. A featured image of The Vein Institute blog page and describes how varicose veins are different to normal veins.

How Are Varicose Veins Are Different To Normal Veins?

  Often when people have varicose veins, the thing they are most worried about is their appearance. The real concern, as most doctors know, is the health issues that can…

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Hairdressers fixing their clients' hair which shows they are at risk of developing varicose veins due to always standing and it can be treated at The Vein Institute.

Could Your Job Be Increasing Your Varicose Veins Risk?

    There are many factors can increase your risk for varicose veins. The most important of these are heredity (having a family history of vein disease), age (being over…

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Doctors performing varicose vein surgery, and as the featured image of 'varicose vein surgery' blog.

Is Surgery the Only Option for Varicose Veins?

If you have varicose veins, you’ve likely heard about stripping, the traditional method of surgery to remove varicose veins. Stripping, for a long time, was considered the most effective way…

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