Claire Judge is a qualified nurse and independant nurse prescriber. She has 22 years experience in sclerotherapy; and has clinics at the Royal Free Hospital, London, East Grinstead and Woking Hospitals. She works in association with Professor George Hamilton at the Royal Free, Mr Neil Browning at Woking Nuffield and Mr Matthew Button/ Dr Mo Feris at McIndoe Surgical Centre.
She is one of the founding members and is on the board of the British Association of Sclerotherapy and teaches other practitioners. She has also published chapters on Sclerotherapy and has spoken and demonstrated at conferences on this subject.
Claire has written a chapter on evidence based Sclerotherapy practice, She has spoken and demonstrated for the British Association of Sclerotherapists conference and teaches other practitioners and is a member of the board of the British Association of Sclerotherapists.
“Claire is professional yet puts you at ease. My legs looked like a map of the underground and I hated them – have had so many treatments on them but all to no avail. From various other practitioners – It’s only been a week but they are already starting to look so much better. It’s brilliant. Thanks Claire would recommend you to anyone who has problem legs!!!” – Louise Williams
“Just had my second treatment yesterday with Claire Judge, after my first treatment having been so successful. I could see the surface veins disappear in front of my eyes and the results after just a couple of months are amazing. I can now wear a nice pair of shorts or a skirt with confidence. Claire made me feel so relaxed and the procedure was pain free. Thanks Claire” – Bridgette Sinclair
“I went in very nervous but Claire made me feel at ease. Lovely lady! Can’t wait to go back.” – Mandy Mccornack
“I have had great results from this treatment. Thank you Claire. Looking forward to seeing the results very soon from my treatment today” – Tara Couldridge