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Decades of experience in vascular and arterial treatments.

With decades of experience solving complex medical problems with simple, minimally invasive procedures, we are experts in a wide variety of vascular and arterial treatments. Below are many of the common conditions we treat, and procedures we perform.


Uterine Fibroids

Fibroids are benign, non-cancerous growths within or on the muscular walls of the uterus. Our team offers diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment with the patient’s best interest in mind.
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Limb Preservation

Unfortunately, too many patients undergo unnecessary amputation for ulcers. We ensure that every patient receives the best in advanced technologies, techniques, and expertise to enable wound healing and, ultimately, limb preservation.

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Enlarged Prostate

An enlarged prostate may be an indicator of BPH. BPH is a non-cancerous growth of the prostate gland and is very common in men. 
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Wounds & Ulcers

Non-healing ulcers and wounds are not a disease but a symptom of an underlying condition. Over 85% of lower extremity wounds have an arterial, venous, or mixed arterial and venous cause. We are experienced experts are determining why a wound or ulcer is not healing.
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Varicoceles are a common cause of testicular pain and infertility. When treated using embolization patients can expect a greater than 95% success rate and return to normal activity almost immediately.       Learn More


Walking Leg Pain

Leg pain when walking may indicate initial symptoms of peripheral arterial disease which is a common circulatory problem reducing blood flow to your legs. 
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Deep Vein Thrombosis

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) causes leg pain and swelling and is mainly diagnosed with a simple ultrasound examination. If symptoms persist after initiating anticoagulation, endovascular techniques can be used to remove blood clot and restore blood flow.
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Peripheral Arterial Disease

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is common, affecting about 20% of Americans over 60 years old. Patients with PAD have reduced life expectancy. Correct diagnosis is extremely important so that appropriate risk factor optimization and medical management can be instituted. Severe PAD may result in Chronic Limb Threatening Ischemia.
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Fallopian Tube Recanalization

A common cause of female infertility is a blockage of the fallopian tubes, usually as the result of debris fallopian tube recanalization (FTR) is a nonsurgical procedure to clear blockages in the fallopian tubes.
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Knee Osteoarthritis

Genicular artery embolization (GAE), or embolization of the knee, is a novel minimally invasive procedure providing immediate and long-term pain relief for patients with osteoarthritis (OA), by reducing the blood flow to the lining of the knee, known as the synovium. 
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Vertebral Augmentation

Vertebral augmentation is a category of surgical procedures that are used to stabilize a fractured vertebra with the goal of reducing the patient's pain. These procedures are termed vertebroplasty, kyphoplasty, or radiofrequency vertebral augmentation. 
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Hemorrhoid Embolization

Hemorrhoidal artery embolization is a minimally invasive procedure to reduce symptoms from internal hemorrhoids with no direct anorectal trauma.
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Sacral augmentation

Sacral augmentation is used to treat fractures of the sacrum. Sacral fractures occur from injuries, osteoporosis and bone tumors.
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Restless Legs

Restless legs, a common complaint, can be caused by veins in the leg that are not working. An ultrasound study looking at how the veins are working can help determine if they are the cause.


Leg Swelling

Leg swelling is an extremely common complaint and impacts quality of life significantly. There are many causes of leg swelling which requires an expert to thoroughly evaluate.


Pelvic Venous Disease

Pelvic venous disease (also known as pelvic congestion syndrome) is a medical condition that causes chronic pelvic pain. The condition is thought to be due to problems with the enlarged veins in your pelvic area.  The most successful treatment is a procedure called pelvic vein embolization (PVE).


Varicose Veins

Varicose veins are twisted, bulging veins that commonly protrude above the skin.  However, they are not always visible to the naked eye. The veins become enlarged when the valves stop functioning.  We offer comprehensive evaluation and treatment for your varicose veins.
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Venous Access

We perform the spectrum of venous access procedures for patients that require chemotherapy or other reasons


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Outpatient biopsy can be safely performed in most patients. We utilize ultrasound and computed tomography.