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Varicose veins are a common problem, affecting up to 1 in 3 adults in their lifetime. They are usually a sign of an underlying venous insufficiency.
Thread veins can appear anywhere on the body but are mostly evidenced on the legs and face. They are more common than varicose veins, affecting up to 80% of adults.
Leg ulcers appear as broken skin in the lower leg or feet. We have been successfully treating venous leg ulcers for over 20 years.
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We just do veins and are the most experienced clinic in Europe. We strive to provide patients with the best possible service in a friendly environment.
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Veincentre Shrewsbury & Veincentre Liverpool
GMC No: 5196408
NHS Base: Manchester NHS Foundation Trust
Nirmal Kakani is a Consultant Vascular Interventional Radiologist at Manchester Foundation Trust (MFT) in Manchester. He has been a consultant since 2008. He joined Veincentre in January 2022 aiming to start the Shrewsbury Veincentre.
His experience covers many areas of vascular/nonvascular intervention and minimally invasive vascular surgical therapy. He specialises in complex aortic intervention, primary liver cancer treatment, DVT treatment, critical limb ischemia, portal venous interventions, cardiac radiology and is a part of the above teams in MFT.
Following his surgical training in Cambridge he trained in Plymouth as an Interventional/Cardiovascular Radiologist and did his Interventional fellowship training in Canada. Following his fellowship, he worked in Canada for several years before joining as a consultant at Manchester Royal Infirmary where he currently works as a vascular Interventional radiology consultant.
His wide breadth of research experience includes work on using CT scanners in cardiac imaging, liver cancer treatment, robotic applications in treatment of primary liver cancer, using drug coated technology in improving blood flow as well as complex revascularisation techniques in the legs to help heal ischemic changes. He has been instrumental in successfully applying for several large research grants for liver cancer research and continues to publish on the above topics.
He is a keen educator and is involved in training interventional trainees and has worked with Manchester University to deliver training across Europe. As part of CIRSE and BSIR he has been involved in training and education across UK and Europe.
In his spare time, he is a passionate cyclist, a model train collector, music and a novice DIY enthusiast if it involves power tools!
Dr Kakani does not hold a share or financial interest in Veincentre Ltd.
Dr Kakani does not have a share or financial interest in equipment used at Veincentre Ltd.
Dr Kakani does not hold any paid advisory role(s) at Veincentre Ltd.