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Mr Ian Franklin

General Surgery, Vascular Surgery

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Special Interests

Venous disorders, Varicose veins, Thread veins, Vein thrombosis, Phlebitis, Pelvic vein congestion, Leg ulcers, Lymphoedema, Lipoedema, Cosmetic hand veins

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Initial Fee: £300

Follow Up Fee: £225

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Professional Biography

Ian Franklin is a vascular surgeon and venous specialist at King Edward VII's Hospital. He was a NHS doctor for 23 years, including 12 years as consultant vascular surgeon at Imperial College NHS Trust, performing a full range of arterial, venous and emergency vascular surgery. {{ label }}

Mr Franklin introduced several key minimally invasive techniques and treatments to the NHS and has written numerous scientific papers, book chapters and also a surgical textbook. He trains other specialists in modern vein techniques all over the world.

Between 2008 – 18 Mr Franklin was the programme director of the world-renowned, annual International Charing Cross Venous Course, attended by up to 5,000 surgeons each year. He is former council member of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland, and chaired the Circulation Foundation for four years. He is the President of the Royal Society of Medicine Venous Forum.

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