The Vascular Centre at The Harley Street Clinic

The Harley Street Clinic , 35 Weymouth Street , London, W1G 8BJ

Identifying and treating vascular conditions

The Vascular Centre at The Harley Street Clinic, is dedicated to diagnosing and treating a wide range of vascular conditions using our unrivalled skills in vascular imaging, minimally invasive (endovascular) surgery and open surgery.

Depending on your condition and treatment, we may be able to treat you and ensure you are fully recovered to go home the very same day. You can be assured that we will treat you as an individual to ensure you get the best possible treatment that is tailored to your needs, in a first-class environment.

We treat varicose veins and excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), operate on blocked arteries and tumours, screen for signs of heart attack, stroke and aneurysms, and more. Our aortic unit specifically deals with the largest artery in your body, the aorta.

Our vascular expertise

Vascular conditions can affect different areas around the body, our centre integrates expertise from various specialties. We also benefit from being part of The Harley Street Clinic, a hospital renowned for its cardiac and cancer care.

  • Vascular surgery

    Need to know

    Vascular surgery treats conditions that affect the arteries and veins. It's a highly specialised yet far-reaching area that covers cosmetic issues such as birthmarks and thread veins through to serious circulatory conditions that can lead to strokes and aneurysms. We have specialist vascular surgery...

  • Aortic regurgitation

    Need to know

    The aortic valve controls the flow of oxygenated blood from the left ventricle of the heart into the aorta, the main artery carrying blood around the body. If the valve doesn't close tightly it can become leaky (this can develop with age or as a congenital issue from birth), which allows blood that has...

  • Arterial blockages

    Need to know

    Arterial blockages (atherosclerosis) are a potentially serious condition in which arteries become clogged with substances such as fat or cholesterol (plaques). Plaques cause arteries to harden and narrow, restricting blood flow and oxygen to vital organs. This increases the risk of dangerous blood clots...

  • Arteriovenous malformation

    Need to know

    An arteriovenous malformation (AVM) is a term used to describe a complex tangle of blood vessels in your brain, where there are abnormal connections between your arteries and veins. They are almost always present at birth and arise either during very early pregnancy or as part of an inherited condition....

  • Varicose veins

    Need to know

    Varicose veins are enlarged, swollen veins in the legs. It is common, affecting 30 per cent of the adult population. It is caused by weakness in the valves in the veins which prevent blood from flowing back to your feet. It can be treated as a day case and most people return to normal activity within...

  • Varicocele

    Need to know

    Lumps or swelling in the testicles are not usually an indication of anything serious. However, it could be a sign of testicular cancer. This is easy to treat if caught early. You should always see your consultant if you find: - a lump in your testicles - a change in the shape, feel or size of your...

  • Vasculitis

    Need to know

    Vasculitis refers to inflammation of your blood vessels. It occurs when your immune system attacks healthy blood vessels, causing them to swell. It is sometimes triggered by an infection or medication. It can be primary, where it occurs on its own, or secondary, where it occurs alongside another condition.

  • Treatments for excessive sweating

    Need to know

    Whilst excessive sweating isn't usually a sign of anything serious, it can have a negative impact on your life. We offer a range of surgical and non-surgical treatments that can help reduce the amount you sweat and improve your quality of life.

Contact The Vascular Centre

Any questions about our services or screening packages? You can get in touch by telephone or email and we'll be happy to help.

Call us on

020 7034 8181 
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