Mr Colin Weir MB., BCH., BAO., FRCSEdin, FRCSEng
Colin Weir qualified from Queen's University, Belfast in 1984 and made a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1988, receiving an ad eundem Fellowship from The Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2007.
He is a member of the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
After periods of general surgical training and research work as a postgraduate student he completed his specialist training in Vascular Surgery.
He was appointed consultant General and Vascular Surgeon to the Southern Trust in 1996 where he has a specialist interest in treating arterial and venous disease
He has 17 years experience in the NHS and independent private sector, specialising in using the latest technology and techniques in the management of Varicose Veins. He has been at the forefront of microsclerotherapy treatment in Northern Ireland
Mr Alastair Lewis BSc(Hons), MD, FRCS(Gen)
Alastair Lewis is a Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon at Craigavon Area Hospital. In recent years, Mr Lewis has been appointed as an Honorary Lecturer in Surgery at Queens University, Belfast and to the Court of Examiners at the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland.
Mr Lewis maintains a special interest in vascular surgery and has extensive training in keyhole and cosmetic vein procedures which he obtained in both Dublin and London. A Fellow of the College of Phlebology and member of the British Association of Sclerotherapists Mr Lewis performs over 250 surgical and keyhole varicose vein operations annually. He has been performing thread vein treatments for almost 10 years, with over 100 successful spider vein treatments carried out each year since 2014.
With regard to both NHS and private practices, Mr Lewis now focuses almost exclusively on the management of diseases of the veins. He has built a large experience of laser and radiofrequency ablation, surgery for complex or recurrent veins, foam sclerotherapy of varicose veins and microsclerotherapy for thread and reticular veins on the legs, face and other body areas.