Non Surgical
Treatment

For Varicose & Spider veins
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Initial consultation 100% covered by Medicare

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Dr Owen Roberts

One of Australia’s most experienced Phlebologists

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With over 30 years of experience

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The most advanced treatments for
Varicose & Spider Veins

At Crows Nest Vein Clinic, we are committed to providing the highest standard of professional care and service possible. Our friendly staff will be available to you at all times – before, during and after your vein treatment – to guide and inform you every step of the way. Your concerns are our concerns, so we are committed to ensuring your experience with us is positive and comfortable.

At Crows Nest Vein Clinic you’ll receive varicose vein treatment from highly experienced and specialised health professionals. Dr Owen Roberts, has extensive experience treating veins, having completed over 3000 Laser procedures and 25,000 ultrasound guided procedures with excellent results. Keeping at the forefront of Vein treatment technology, Dr. Roberts was the first in NSW to use the Cooltouch Laser Technique and is considered a leader in his field.

Non surgical treatments to remove your spider or varicose veins.

  • No surgery
  • No time off work
  • No stitches
  • No scars
  • No general anaesthetic
  • Lower cost
  • Medicare rebates apply
  • No referral needed

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Spider Veins

Varicose Veins

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MEDICARE REBATES APPLY ON VEIN TREATMENTS

First consultation 100% covered by Medicare

Vein Treatment FAQ’s & Information

Types of Veins
Can you tell me more about the various vein types?
At one end of the spectrum, small spider veins are the smallest vein types. These are usually of most concern to women and can occur anywhere on the legs, but more often on the inside of the knee and outer thigh. Venulectasias are slightly larger veins that occur in groups – you’ll regularly see them with spider veins.

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Veins & Venous Disease
What are veins and why are they important?
There are two main types of blood vessels in the body and these are arteries and veins. Your arteries have thick walls and move blood away from your heart, while your veins have thinner walls and return the same blood to your heart, minus much of the oxygen and nutrients. To do their job, arteries are tough enough to cope with the pressure-generated by the heart to push the blood along, but veins can only withstand low pressure and, where possible, rely on gravity to return blood to the heart. In the legs, your veins need to work against gravity and so pressure can build up in those closest to the skin’s surface. This can cause the valves within the veins, which are there to help prevent the blood flowing backwards, to fail. This, in turn, leads to venous reflux, venous disease and varicose veins.

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Problems With Varicose Veins
What are common problems associated with Varicose Veins?
Does size matter?

Small varicose veins can be a cosmetic concern, and this is a very real problem for women who want to feel confident about their appearance and enjoy an active Australian lifestyle – wear skirts or shorts, or go to the beach. However, it is also often the case that people with spider veins are on their way towards greater veins problems.

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Importance of Veins
Veins and Venous Disease
What are veins and why are they important?
There are two main types of blood vessels in the body and these are arteries and veins. Your arteries have thick walls and move blood away from your heart, while your veins have thinner walls and return the same blood to your heart, minus much of the oxygen and nutrients. To do their job, arteries are tough enough to cope with the pressure-generated by the heart to push the blood along, but veins can only withstand low pressure and, where possible, rely on gravity to return blood to the heart. In the legs, your veins need to work against gravity and so pressure can build up in those closest to the skin’s surface. This can cause the valves within the veins, which are there to help prevent the blood flowing backwards, to fail. This, in turn, leads to venous reflux, venous disease and varicose veins.

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Treatment Costs
Consultation
This is covered by medicare, there is no out of pocket payment required
Ultrasound Mapping Treatment Cost
$280 you will get about $120 back from medicare. There are no more ultrasound costs throughout the treatment

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Remove unsightly varicose & spider veins

• No surgery • No time off work • No scars

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