FAQs

We’ve provided the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions below – so you can be empowered to make every beat count. If your question isn’t listed below, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

FAQs

We are located in Knutsford (7a Regents Street, Knutsford, WA16 6GR) or at the Manchester Institute of Health and Performance (MIHP) (299 Alan Turing Way, Manchester, M11 3BS (if using a Sat Nav, please use M11 2AZ as the postcode).

We have friendly team of leading cardiovascular specialist experts: consultant vascular surgeons, cardiologists, vascular scientists, dieticians, personal trainers, and clinical psychologists.

All appointments are scheduled when it is most convenient for you, minimising the disruption to your day. For screenings they last 2 hours, consultations are 30 minutes, vein treatments are up to 2 hours dependent on your needs.

We would always recommend having the full screening to make sure we don’t miss any vital information. However, if you are certain you would only like part of the testing available please get in touch at info@tomorrowwellness.com and we can discuss your needs.

You do not require a referral from a GP or doctor as you are able to contact us directly to make an appointment to see one of our cardiovascular experts.

For Screenings: You will need to bring running shoes and clothing suitable for exercise.

For Vein Treatments: You will have to wear loose fitting trousers or a skirt because dressings may be applied after the procedure. There are changing rooms and secure lockers if you need to change. You may want to freshen up after your exertion test or treatments and so we have shower facilities, towels, hair dryers, and toiletries available for you.

For screenings they are fully non-invasive. For treatments you will have several small injections during the procedure which can cause some mild discomfort which is when the initial catheter is going into the vein and also when local anaesthetic is being put around the vein. You should not feel any pain when the vein is treated.

We use duplex ultrasound to diagnose varicose veins. During the assessment with one of our vascular scientists, an ultrasound probe is gently moved over the skin surface with hypoallergenic gel to create images of the veins.

This allows us to visualize blood flow and identify any faulty veins. We scan both deep and superficial veins, producing a detailed vein map that helps our vascular surgeon determine the best treatment option for you.

After your screening or if you undergo a treatment like ‘microsclerotherapy’, you are safe to drive yourself home.

For treatments such as Radiofrequency Ablation, Venaseal, or avulsions, we advise against driving for 24 hours. Please arrange for someone to pick you up or use alternative transportation after these procedures.

We offer a range of packages and pricing to suit you. For Screening they can be found here. For Treatments they can be found here.

We usually do find something and when we do our clients typically feel empowered that they are now aware of the current state of their health and have the necessary information to live a longer, healthier life.

Most of our interventions are lifestyle-related, though sometimes we would recommend starting medication which can be arranged through your GP.

On the rare occasion that we find something serious, we have access to specialists in all diseases across both the NHS and private sector to make sure you are appropriately managed.

You can use our online enquiry form, which can be found here or email us directly at info@tomorrowwellness.com.

We aim to get back to you within 12 hours. If you would like to talk to us on the telephone please email with your number and we will get in touch as soon as possible.

Questions or concerns? Our friendly team are on hand to help.

To book, change, cancel an appointment please you can either use this form, book a screening appointment via the Booking link, call: 0844 358 3234, or Email enquires: info@tomorrowwellness.com.