Érsebészet, lézeres és rádiófrekvenciás visszérkezelés – VP-Med Kft.

VP-Med Health Centre and Education Centre is located in the centre of Újpest, with excellent transport connections. It is easily accessible by car from Váci út (north or south), Pozsonyi út and István út (north or south) and Árpád út (east). Parking in the surrounding streets is free of charge, and you can always find a parking space in the huge parking lot of Újpest Market, 50 m from the clinic.

Public transport is the most convenient way to get to our practice. The Újpest-Központ stop is a 3-minute walk from the VP-Med Health Centre, while the Újpest-Városkapu stop is a 5-minute walk. In addition to Metro 3, there are numerous bus and tram lines connecting the above stops with almost all parts of the city. You can find detailed information on the attached transport map and route planner map.

If you still can’t find our office, please call us: +36-30-9631363


Vascular surgery, laser and radiofrequency varicose vein treatment – VP-Med Ltd. Visceral Medicine and Psychotherapy

1042 Budapest, Árpád út 56. Fszt. 33. 1st floor

Varicose veins center

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This can depend on a number of factors, including the progression of varicose veins. Dr. Attila Szabó will answer this question after a thorough examination. Register now!

You can register at the VP-Med Health Centre by phone, email or online. To register online, click here. 

Our phone number: +36 30 963 1363

Email: info@vpmed.hu

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Medical technology has developed a lot in recent decades. Thanks to this, the long-term results of our treatments are no different from those of traditional surgery, and with our modern equipment, the surgical strain and risk are significantly lower!

Click here to find out the prices of our diagnostic tests, laser, radiofrequency and other therapeutic treatments. In each case, a thorough examination precedes the selection of a personalised treatment.

The laser used by Dr. Attila Szabó does not cause burns, as the laser light can penetrate the upper layers of the skin without any obstacles, it does not damage it. The advantage of the laser treatment is that it is almost completely painless, and in addition, you can go back to work a few days after the treatment. Want to know more? Contact us!

An ultrasound scan can determine the condition of the deep veins, which will determine whether surgery can be performed. If the flow in the deep veins is inadequate and the superficial veins are needed to transport the venous blood, surgery should not be performed.

It is better to have the operation before pregnancy, because during pregnancy the condition worsens and thrombosis may develop due to hormonal and mechanical effects.

The walls of the wide, tortuous varicose veins change, they lose their elasticity, and the smooth muscle in the walls of healthy varicose veins turns into connective tissue and can no longer contract. It can no longer do its job, and in fact increases the symptoms, so removal is recommended.