Treatments

EVLT

Endovenous Laser Therapy for Varicose Veins

Endovenous laser treatment for varicose veins is a minimally-invasive, safe and highly effective treatment of superficial venous insufficiency (varicose veins), where the venous trunk with damaged venous valves, which cause blood backflow to the varicose veins (reflux), get closed.

Mechano-chemical ClariVein procedure

Varicose vein treatment

Mechano-chemical ablation ClariVein is a minimally-invasive procedure, safe and pain-free, which aims to exclude the damaged vein supplying the varicose veins, from the superficial vein’s circulation.

Sclerotherapy

Varicose vein treatment

Sclerotherapy is varicose veins treatment method, where a medicine is injected, shrinking and closing the damaged vessel. Immediate effect of this procedure is the reduction of vein damage, making varicose veins less visible.

Mini-Phlebectomy

Varicose vein treatment

Mini-phlebectomy is a surgical method for removal of large, bulging veins on the surface of the skin. Performed under local anaesthetic, using two to three-millimetre incisions, using special surgical instruments, large veins on the surface of the skin are removed. Incisions are normally so miniature, that they require no stitches; small sterile dressings will suffice.

SiLaC laser treatment of pilonidal cyst

Treatment of pilonidal cyst

Laser treatment of pilonidal cyst (Pilonidal Sinus Laser Closure) is an effective, minimally-invasive and safe treatment method. The treatment is effective in over 90% cases.

Skin lesion removal

General surgery

skin and soft tissue lesions are very common. Most commonly these are benign lesions; melanocytic nevi, lipomas, atheromas, fibromas or warts (i.e. verruca). Despite their aesthetic aspect, lesions are subject to re-occuring inflammations and infections. The most serious danger and cancerous lesions, which can resemble benign lesions or develop from them (Malignant transformation, malignancy).

Ingrown toenail correction

General surgery

the problem of ingrown toenails is common, it usually affects young men, but it can also affect women and people of all ages. The condition develops when the sides of the toenail grow into the surrounding skin, causing its inflammation, also accompanied by infection and sharp pain by every movement. The condition is typical for the big toe, however it can affect any toe as well as finger.

Carpal tunnel release

Orthopaedic Surgery

Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused as a result of the osteoarthritis or inflammatory swelling in the carpal tunnel. As a result of the swelling in the wrist, the pressure is applied to the delicate median nerve in the wrist. The pressure can cause pain and disrupt everyday activities.