Mr Simon Neequaye – Consultant Vascular Surgeon
Our private private Consultant Vascular Surgeon offering a range of cosmetic treatments and surgical options for varicose veins or other vascular issues.
His basic surgical training took place in London, followed by higher surgical training in Oxford. He has completed two specialist overseas fellowships to gain additional experience of keyhole and endovascular surgery, spending 12 months in Melbourne Australia and 12 months in Montreal, Canada as the McGill University Advanced Aortic and Peripheral Endovascular Fellow.
Mr Neequaye is a hybrid specialist capable of performing both open and endovascular treatment for all aspects of cosmetic varicose vein treatment or vascular surgery including treatment of other venous pathology with access to onsite imaging for vascular ultrasound scanning and open surgery as well as Foam Sclerotherapy and Endovenous Ablation techniques for varicose veins. Most procedures completed under local anaesthesia for a faster recovery and less downtime.
Mr Neequaye particular expertise lies in multi-disciplinary management of complex vascular problems. His current NHS role involves very close collaboration with an extended team including Diabetes Consultants, Stroke specialists, Cardiothoracic Surgeons, Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology as well as Anaesthesia and Neurophysiology.
He is also currently a tutor for the Vascular Society Annual Specialist Registrar Educational Programme and, for the UK Endovascular training society (UKETS).
|Speciality||Consultant Vascular Surgeon|
|Key interests||Vascular / Vein Concerns & Vascular Pathology|
|Memberships & Qualifications|
|Appointments available for|
|Available to see patients in||Manchester & Newton-le-Willows|
|Clinic days||Flexible appointments available upon request|
|Surgery days||Surgery list dates available upon request|
|Contact for appointments|
For appointment bookings with Mr Simon Neequaye, please contact our Cosmetics Team on 03300 58 44 55, or email us email@example.com
Cosmetic Coordinators: Helen Stuart & Sara Greenshields