Many Australian’s have varicose veins – enlarged, twisted veins in various colours that often appear in the legs and feet as we age. Some are small and commonly known as spider veins, while others look like ropes lying across the surface of the skin.
Minimally invasive therapies for vascular diseases from Pelvic Congestion Syndrome to Uterine Fibroids.
Provided by a Specialist Interventional radiologist with extensive training in vascular disease diagnosis, management and treatment.
State of the art CT and ultrasound is used to pin point the area of pain in the spine, peripheral joints and soft tissues to deliver a variety of pain management medications.
Perth's Leading Specialist in Endovascular Procedures
Endovascular WA is one of Perth's leading specialist clinics providing cutting edge, minimally invasive treatments for vascular conditions including varicose veins, pelvic congestion syndrome, peripheral arterial disease, varicoceles and uterine fibroids.
Our Claremont practice offers interventional radiology services for the prevention of disease and pain management of various conditions including orthopaedic, podiatric and spinal injuries. We specialise in the management of acute back pain.
Endovascular WA along with our sister company New Life Clinic WA, provides patients with effective, value-for-money non surgical cosmetic treatments, using the latest cosmetic techniques.
Endovascular WA strives to be the most technologically advanced endovascular practice, offering a wide range of minimally invasive treatments to ensure the best possible medical care for all our patients. We offer a range of treatment options performed by our leading interventional radiologist, resulting in the best outcomes and rapid recovery for our patients.
Endovascular WA is conveniently located in a purposely built facility at 221 Stirling Highway in Claremont. Free parking is available onsite at the front and rear of our practice for patient’s convenience.
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