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Posted on Tuesday 15th March 2016 by Veincentre

We are delighted to announce that the 7th Veincentre clinic specialising solely in the treatment of varicose veins will be opening near Oxford.

The clinic is located in Chipping Norton, approximately 15 miles north-west of Oxford. The impressive suite of treatment and consulting rooms was built in 2015 and has been specifically designed for minimally invasive procedures.

We have three NHS Vascular Consultants highly experienced in EVLA treatment of varicose veins working in the clinic.

If you would like any further information or to be kept updated on the opening dates please visit the Contact Us page.

Many thanks,
The Veincentre Team

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Posted on Sunday 12th November 2017 by AJ Trafford Osborn

"In hind site I should have decided to undergo my evla treatment years ago.
There were many reasons for me approaching the Veincentre at Chipping Norton. Itchy legs, unsightly, painful and aching veins. So much so, my 3 year old son thought that my diseased valves were 'bones' in my legs!
My initial consultation was with Dr Raman Oberoi, an extremely well qualified surgeon who qualified at Cambridge. He immediately put me at ease and explained the procedure in great detail.
Carol, Dr Oberoi's nurse was extremely competent and attentive throughout the 2 hour surgery.
Situated in the new Medical centre at Chipping Norton the Veincentre website was so thorough and explanatory. This alone was instrumental in booking my initial consultation. Not to mention the close proximity to my home in the Cotswolds.
3 days after the procedure, the inside of both thighs are 'achy' and a little itchy, but paracetamol does the trick.
This morning I had my first shower, it's a man thing', what a relief to feel clean. This first clean up was only impaired by my compression stockings bur were easily dried with my wife's hairdryer!
For anyone considering this form of treatment, please feel confident in putting your trust in the surgeons at Veincentre."

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