Blushing and sweating are common physiological responses of the human body. Although natural, excessive or constant blushing or sweating can affect quality of life. Here, Mr David Greenstein, foremost consultant vein surgeon, provides a detailed insight into blushing and sweating of the face and the hands.
Our latest medical article focuses on a condition called deep vein thrombosis, a condition that, if left untreated, can be potentially life-threatening. Here to discuss more about the blood-affecting condition is distinguished consultant vascular surgeon, Mr David Greenstein.
Excessive sweating and blushing can have a big impact on self confidence. Whilst it affects a small number of people in the UK, it can have a very negative impact on day-to-day life for patients. Recently we spoke to leading venous and vascular surgeon, Mr David Greenstein, to find out about ETS surgery, a procedure he uses often to treat blushing.
Do you have veins that look unsightly on your legs, that sometimes bleed and leaves you aching? Fortunately, they can be treated with a procedure called foam sclerotherapy. We've talked to one of our leading vascular surgeons Mr David Greenstein about how it works and whether you can walk or take a flight soon after the procedure?
Some people are not bothered if the veins on their hands are visible. For others, prominent bulging hand veins can feel like a nightmare – unsightly or even a sign of their age. What causes hand veins to bulge and what can be done? Leading vascular surgeon and pioneer in endothermal laser ablation Mr David Greenstein explains.
Leading consultant vascular surgeon, Mr David Greenstein explains what you can do to avoid developing deep vein thrombosis on long-haul flights, and how to maintain healthy veins.
Leading vascular and venous surgeon, Mr David Greenstein explains all about varicose veins, including the causes, symptoms, and treatment options, and whether you should consider sedation when having treatment.
Specialist vascular and venous surgeon Mr David Greenstein explains how infrared microsclerotherapy, otherwise known as 3D phlebotherapy, is used to treat hand, arm and foot veins, thread veins and spider veins.