Radiance Vein Clinic combines the expertise and experience of two of the UK’s leading vein surgeons. By working together, Mr Chaloner and Mr Sweeney can provide a more comprehensive service to their patients. There is more flexibility in appointments and treatment times and there is always expert help available to cover unexpected urgent problems – with Radiance Vein Clinic your vein problems are always in safe hands.



Eddie Chaloner

Qualified in 1989 from Oxford University and trained in surgery in London and South Africa. He was appointed as consultant vascular surgeon in 2002. Mr Chaloner pioneered endovenous laser surgery for varicose veins in the UK, being the first surgeon in London to use the technique in 2003 and now treats over 600 patients per year. He was the first surgeon in the UK to use the revolutionary new ClariVein® treatment in 2010. He teaches surgeons from all over the world in minimally invasive techniques for varicose vein surgery and regularly lectures on the subject. If you’d like to know more about Eddie’s history in medicine, or his charity work, visit his personal site at EddieChaloner.com
Consultant Surgeon

Aaron Sweeney

Qualified from University College Dublin in 1991 and trained in surgery in Dublin and London. He was appointed consultant vascular surgeon in 2003. Mr Sweeney has a huge experience with endovenous laser surgery for varicose veins and a particular expertise in the treatment of thread veins by injection sclerotherapy.
Consultant Surgeon

Lauren Shelton

An Australian by birth, Lauren Shelton has spent most of her working life in the UK as a medical secretary and practice manager for a variety of private practices in South East London and Harley Street. She is efficient, highly organised and adept at answering most patient questions and dealing with medical insurance companies.
Practice Manager

Audrey Harper

Audrey Harper, brought her extensive experience as a medical secretary/administrator to our practice in 2012. Along with Lauren, they run our highly efficient practice.