Mr Philip Coleridge Smith is one of London's leading vascular surgeons. Operating at the British Vein Institute, he is an expert in the treatment of varicose veins, and also specialises in venous insufficiency, venous ulcer, thrombosis, spider veins, as well as deep vein thrombosis.
Mr Coleridge Smith, who successfully completed an FRCS at Oxford University and St Thomas’ Hospital London Medical Schools, currently lectures at University College London, and has also previously been the editor of the medical journals, ‘Phlebology’ and ‘The European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery’. He is president of the British Association of Sclerotherapists, and is acknowledged as an international authority and expert in venous disease, including the management of vein problems using ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy and other modern methods of vein ablation.
Throughout his illustrious medical career to-date, he has treated several thousand patients using various different injection techniques, and has published extensively in established peer-reviewed medical journals. Impressively, he has gained more than 40 years worth of experience as a vascular surgeon.