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Consultant Vascular Surgeon - Varicose and Thread Vein Expert


Monday, 20 December 2010

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

I would like to wish all my patients, past, present and future, as well as my colleagues a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

I am looking forward to spending a few days with my lovely family and seeing the excitement on my children’s faces when they see what Santa brings!

Also, planning to see my brother and his family along with my new nephew.

How are you spending Christmas. Are your children young enough for Santa?!

But before we know it, it will be back to work and a busy New Year dealing with all kinds of vascular problems.

There is a bit of a cliché bandied around this time of year – ‘New Year, New You’. It is linked to making resolutions and the fact that the start of 2011 could be the ideal time to think about changing an aspect of your lifestyle or maybe doing something you have been putting off for a while.

This last point can be very apt when it comes to vascular conditions. It is easy to put off getting advice and information when you first see the signs of varicose veins, for instance. Maybe you have been living with this condition for a long time.

But my advice to you would be to get in touch, just for a consultation at first. You might be scared of any procedure or you might think it is too costly. But neither of these things are true – as I can explain to you.

Whether it is you, or someone you know who is suffering from discomfort, please call me and we can discuss the many options available to you.

Why not make it a New Year resolution to ensure you have great legs in time for when all this wintry weather goes!

And while we are talking about resolutions, mine is to continually improve the service I provide to all my patients and continue to develop and evaluate the latest techniques here in Cambridge.
What is your resolution??

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