The British Association of Sclerotherapists (BAS) will hold its annual meeting on May 18 at the Dorney Lake Conference Centre in Windsor.
Delegates can expect to gain knowledge on the latest developments in foam sclerotherapy and microsclerotherapy, be able to network with peers and visit exhibitors at the conference.
Speakers confirmed for the conference include, Professor Jean-Francois, vice president of the French Society of Phlebology who will speak in a session on the 3D imaging of veins and compression treatments.
Consultant vascular surgeon Mr Sudip Ray will lead a morning session on Vein glue, VenaSeal and will assess this technique in treating varicose veins, while Mr Philip Coleridge Smith, consultant vascular surgeon and president of BAS will discuss sclerotherapy for ankles, feet, hands, arms, chest and face.
Delegates can also attend a business session covering marketing advice for businesses by Pam Underdown, CEO of Aesthetic Business Transformations.
Dr Stephen Tristram, specialist vascular physician and chairman of the BAS said, "We're excited to meet for a day focused on sclerotherapy, for all vascular specialists and aesthetic doctors and nurses."
Dr Tristram added, "As well as an exciting line-up of speakers and the live treatment demonstrations, we'll be launching a series of new sclerotherapy videos produced for this meeting, showing footage of BAS board members treating leg veins using foam and microsclerotherapy."