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Mr David Greenstein
Mr David Greenstein
Vascular Surgery
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Mr David Greenstein is a Consultant General Surgeon based in London, UK. Since his graduation from Leeds University in 1989 he has trained in major vascular units in Nottingham, Sheffield and Adelaide, Australia.


He has a specialist interest in the management of venous diseases and the treatment of varicose veins, thread veins and leg ulcers. Being able to offer pioneering laser treatment for varicose veins and varicose leg ulcers including VNUS and CariVein treatment. Other interests include; surgical management of TIA's, aortic aneurysms, intermittent claudication, excessive sweating and facial blushing.


David is a leader in the UK for the modern management of DVT and treatment of swollen leg. He has developed modern pathways for full leg restoration to normality which often involved stenting and the use to special blood clot dissolving drugs (thrombolysis) and varied mechanic devices to help remove the clot.

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Medical Procedures

  • Laser and Radiofrequency Treatment for Varicose Veins
  • Clarivein and Foam treatment for varicose veins
  • Treatment of simple and complex varicose veins
  • Sclerotherapy for spider veins and thread veins
  • Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) and
  • Stenting for Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and swollen legs
  • Modern treatments for the treatment acute and chronic  DVT
  • Specialist Leg Ulcer Treatment

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Special Interests

  • Vascular Surgery
  • Modern treatment of varicose veins
  • Thread veins
  • Spider veins
  • Broken veins
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
  • The swollen leg
  • Leg ulcers
  • Pelvic venous congestion
  • Excessive sweating and facial blushing



  • MD Leeds University 1994
  • FRCS(part3) Edinburgh 1998
  • BSC in Anatomy Leeds University 1986
  • MB ChB Leeds University 1989
  • Nottingham Trent rotation SPR Nottingham deanery 1994
  • Adelaide Australia senior registrar Queen Elizabeth Hospital 1997