Circulation Clinic

The Artery and Vein Specialists

The Circulation Clinic is an innovative private health care group dedicated to the delivery of first class assessment, investigation, diagnosis and treatment of peripheral arterial and venous disorders.

We offer face-to-face & video consultations - call: 0345 369 0106

e-mail: enquiries@circulationclinic.com 

or book online

Expert Vascular Surgeons

The Circulation Clinic is led by a team of highly qualified UK vascular surgeons with a proven track record for clinical excellence. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to improving the circulatory health of our clients.  

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Better Technology, Better Treatment

We are proud to offer our clients the very latest minimally invasive treatments with our surgeons performing complex arterial and venous surgeries within a new state-of-the-art hybrid operating suite. This facility combines a traditional operating theatre with futuristic intra-operative imaging technologies thereby maximising what can be successfully achieved through minimally invasive vascular treatments. 

Varicose Veins may affect 40% of the adult population and can cause significant symptoms and increased body self-consciousness. At the Circulation Clinic we offer a full range of minimally invasive treatments to ensure you receive the best care available.

Varicose Veins

20% of people aged over 60 years have some degree of peripheral arterial disease. The most common initial symptom of peripheral arterial disease is leg pain while walking, known as intermittent claudication.


An aneurysm is a swelling of a blood vessel and typically affects the aorta (Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) or Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm) and popliteal arteries. Timely identification and treatment is required to prevent serious complications. 

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Which procedures are better for treating varicose veins?

This month the Cochrane Library has assessed the best treatment for varicose veins.  They concluded that all currently available varicose vein treatments are similar in terms of whether the treatment fully destroys the vein, or stops blood from pooling in the legs, or both.  Most treatments were similarly successful at stopping varicose veins from recurring, but radiofrequency ablation may be better than both laser endovenous treatment and surgery at preventing varicose veins from recurring in the longer term.  Read their report here.

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Choosing a Surgeon?

- Check their qualifications

- Know the right questions to ask?

- Explore non-invasive alternatives

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