Meet the team
We are a multidisciplinary team of vascular specialists who have a dedicated interest in conditions affecting the arteries and veins. Working together as an inter-professional team enables us to offer a comprehensive level of care and expertise across the full spectrum of circulation-related conditions - from varicose veins to abdominal aortic aneurysms.
Mr Robert S M Davies | MBChB, MMedSci, MD, FRCS
Mr Davies is an experienced consultant vascular and endovascular surgeon at University Hospitals of Leicester and an honorary senior lecturer in medical education at the University of Leicester. He has a sub-specialist clinical interest in vascular conditions affecting the leg and is highly respected as an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of peripheral arterial disease and diabetic foot disease.
Mr Greg McMahon | MBChB, MD, FRCS
After completing his surgical training in the UK, Mr McMahon undertook post-certification training in advanced open and endovascular techniques in New Zealand. He was appointed as a Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon in 2015. He has a particular interest in minimally invasive treatments and is the Clinica Director of the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Programme. He is also a Lecturer at the University of Leicester.
Mr Harjeet Rayt | MBChB, MD, FRCS
Mr Rayt was appointed as a full time vascular and endovascular surgeon in Leicester in 2016. He has a wealth of experience in both arterial and venous surgery and offers the options of both open and ‘keyhole’ techniques to his clients. He has a particular interest in arterial and venous malformations (AVM) offering both open and minimally invasive solutions to these complex conditions.
Mr Tryfon Vainas | MD, PhD
Mr Vainas is a vascular and endovascular surgeon in Leicester. He trained both in the Netherlands and UK and has gained broad experience across the spectrum of vascular disorders. He has a particular interest in aortic dissection, thoracic aortic aneurysms, and deep vein thrombosis including May-Thurner Syndrome.