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Our Process

Learn About Our Easy Three Step Process

Our team of highly skilled specialists is dedicated to providing exceptional care and cutting-edge techniques to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions. Whether you require a diagnostic imaging procedure or an interventional treatment, we prioritize your comfort, safety, and well-being throughout the entire process.

Our treatments cover a variety of conditions including uterine fibroids, enlarged prostate, hemorrhoids, knee pain, peripheral artery disease, liver cancer, and more.

STEP 1: Complimentary Verification

Our patient navigators will collect your information and talk with your insurance carrier to verify that your insurance will cover your appointment. They will let you know exactly what to expect.

STEP 2: Meet Your Interventional Specialist

Our staff is hand-picked, and our expertise is very specialized. We run one central clinic, so your experience is optimized. Once here, you’ll be immediately seen by one of our interventional specialists.

STEP 3: Receive Your Personalized Treatment Plan

Your interventional specialist will assess your condition, review labs and imaging, and craft a custom treatment plan to fit your situation.

Our Treatments

These are the treatments we use to treat Uterine Fibroids, Enlarged Prostate, Hemorrhoids, Knee Pain, Peripheral Artery Disease, and Liver Cancer.

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Angiography
Angioplasty
Atherectomy
Stent Placement
Endovenous Laser Treatment
Radiofrequency Ablation
Transarterial Chemoembolization
Transarterial Radioembolization
Microwave Ablation
Biopsies
Port-a-Cath
Cryoablation

Angiography is a procedure where dye is injected into arteries and x-ray pictures are taken, allowing doctors to identify areas of disease and plan appropriate treatment. The benefits of angiography include:

  • Accurate Diagnosis of Vascular Conditions
  • Guidance for Treatment Decisions
  • Improved Patient Outcomes

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Angioplasty is a non-surgical procedure performed by vascular physicians, where a deflated balloon is inserted into a narrowed or blocked area and then inflated to restore proper blood flow. The benefits of angioplasty include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery

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Atherectomy is a medical procedure used to remove plaque buildup from arteries. It involves the use of specialized devices to cut, shave, or vaporize the plaque, restoring blood flow and reducing the risk of blockages. The benefits of atherectomy include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

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Stent placement is a non-surgical procedure where a cylindrical mesh is inserted into a narrowed blood vessel to keep it open. This technique, often combined with angioplasty and atherectomy, helps restore proper blood flow and prevent future blockages. The benefits of stent placement include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

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Endovenous Laser Treatment (EVLT) is a non-surgical, procedure where ultrasound is used to guide miniaturized equipment to your distended veins. Laser cause the diseased veins to close off which may alleviate the symptoms that cause leg discomfort. The benefits of stent placement include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

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Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a non-surgical, procedure where ultrasound is used to guide miniaturized equipment to your distended veins. Radiofrequency waves cause the culprit veins to close off so the symptoms due to the veins are eliminated. The benefits of RFA include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

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Transarterial chemoembolization (TACE) is a non-surgical procedure where a catheter is inserted into the artery supplying a tumor, and tiny beads coated with chemotherapy are introduced to block blood flow and deliver targeted treatment. The benefits of TACE include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Targeted treatment of liver cancers

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Transarterial radioembolization (TARE) is a non-surgical procedure where a catheter is inserted into the artery supplying a tumor, and tiny beads coated with a radioactive substance (Yttrium-90) are introduced to block blood flow and deliver internal radiotherapy. The benefits of TARE include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Targeted treatment of liver cancers

Learn More

Microwave ablation uses image guidance to place a needle through the skin into a tumor. Microwaves are created in the needle to create a precise, small region of heat which kills the cancer. Microwave ablation can be used to treat a variety of tumors including:

  • Liver
  • Kidney
  • Lung
  • Bone
  • Soft tissue
  • Spinal

Learn More

Biopsies are medical procedures in which tissue samples are taken from the body for examination and analysis. They are performed to diagnose diseases, determine the nature of abnormalities, or monitor treatment effectiveness by studying the cellular and molecular composition of the obtained samples. Diagnoses are needed to find out:

  • If a mass is cancer or not
  • If a certain area is infected and what type of infection it is
  • Why an organ is not functioning well (Eg kidneys, liver)

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A Port-A-Cath is a small device implanted beneath the skin that provides long-term access to the bloodstream. It is commonly used in patients requiring frequent intravenous treatments, allowing for easier administration of medications, chemotherapy, or blood transfusions. Benefits of port-a-cath include:

  • Long-term access to the bloodstream
  • Easier administration of medications and treatments
  • Reduced risk of vein damage and discomfort

Learn More

Cryoablation is a medical procedure that uses extreme cold temperatures to destroy abnormal tissues or cells. It involves the application of a freezing probe to the targeted area, resulting in the formation of ice crystals that effectively freeze and kill the abnormal cells.

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

Learn More

Angiography

Angiography is a procedure where dye is injected into arteries and x-ray pictures are taken, allowing doctors to identify areas of disease and plan appropriate treatment. The benefits of angiography include:

  • Accurate Diagnosis of Vascular Conditions
  • Guidance for Treatment Decisions
  • Improved Patient Outcomes

Learn More

Angioplasty

Angioplasty is a non-surgical procedure performed by vascular physicians, where a deflated balloon is inserted into a narrowed or blocked area and then inflated to restore proper blood flow. The benefits of angioplasty include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery

Learn More

Atherectomy

Atherectomy is a medical procedure used to remove plaque buildup from arteries. It involves the use of specialized devices to cut, shave, or vaporize the plaque, restoring blood flow and reducing the risk of blockages. The benefits of atherectomy include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

Learn More

Stent Placement

Stent placement is a non-surgical procedure where a cylindrical mesh is inserted into a narrowed blood vessel to keep it open. This technique, often combined with angioplasty and atherectomy, helps restore proper blood flow and prevent future blockages. The benefits of stent placement include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

Learn More

Endovenous Laser Treatment

Endovenous Laser Treatment (EVLT) is a non-surgical, procedure where ultrasound is used to guide miniaturized equipment to your distended veins. Laser cause the diseased veins to close off which may alleviate the symptoms that cause leg discomfort. The benefits of stent placement include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

Learn More

Radiofrequency Ablation

Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a non-surgical, procedure where ultrasound is used to guide miniaturized equipment to your distended veins. Radiofrequency waves cause the culprit veins to close off so the symptoms due to the veins are eliminated. The benefits of RFA include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

Learn More

Transarterial Chemoembolization

Transarterial chemoembolization (TACE) is a non-surgical procedure where a catheter is inserted into the artery supplying a tumor, and tiny beads coated with chemotherapy are introduced to block blood flow and deliver targeted treatment. The benefits of TACE include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Targeted treatment of liver cancers

Learn More

Transarterial Radioembolization

Transarterial radioembolization (TARE) is a non-surgical procedure where a catheter is inserted into the artery supplying a tumor, and tiny beads coated with a radioactive substance (Yttrium-90) are introduced to block blood flow and deliver internal radiotherapy. The benefits of TARE include:

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Targeted treatment of liver cancers

Learn More

Microwave Ablation

Microwave ablation uses image guidance to place a needle through the skin into a tumor. Microwaves are created in the needle to create a precise, small region of heat which kills the cancer. Microwave ablation can be used to treat a variety of tumors including:

  • Liver
  • Kidney
  • Lung
  • Bone
  • Soft tissue
  • Spinal

Learn More

Biopsies

Biopsies are medical procedures in which tissue samples are taken from the body for examination and analysis. They are performed to diagnose diseases, determine the nature of abnormalities, or monitor treatment effectiveness by studying the cellular and molecular composition of the obtained samples. Diagnoses are needed to find out:

  • If a mass is cancer or not
  • If a certain area is infected and what type of infection it is
  • Why an organ is not functioning well (Eg kidneys, liver)

Learn More

Port-a-Cath

A Port-A-Cath is a small device implanted beneath the skin that provides long-term access to the bloodstream. It is commonly used in patients requiring frequent intravenous treatments, allowing for easier administration of medications, chemotherapy, or blood transfusions. Benefits of port-a-cath include:

  • Long-term access to the bloodstream
  • Easier administration of medications and treatments
  • Reduced risk of vein damage and discomfort

Learn More

Cryoablation

Cryoablation is a medical procedure that uses extreme cold temperatures to destroy abnormal tissues or cells. It involves the application of a freezing probe to the targeted area, resulting in the formation of ice crystals that effectively freeze and kill the abnormal cells.

  • Non-surgical
  • Speedy recovery
  • Outpatient procedure

Learn More

FAQs

Interventional radiology (IR) is a branch of radiology that uses non-surgical, “pinhole”, image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat diseases in nearly every organ system. These are usually outpatient, same-day procedures done in a comfortable, familiar environment. Image-guided medicine is simply the use of images (often from X-rays, CT scans or ultrasound) to guide medical procedures.

Some common IR procedures include biopsies, angiograms/angioplasties, vertebroplasties (for compression fractures of the spine), and drainages. IR procedures are often done with tiny needle-like instruments that are inserted easily. They can be used to treat conditions that were once managed with more invasive surgery requiring hospitalization and a lengthy recovery.

Yes. In general, you should take your medications as prescribed by your physician. The exception to this rule would be if your blood pressure is too low or if you are diabetic and your blood sugar is too low. If either of these conditions exist, please notify the staff so that we can make the necessary adjustments.

If you are taking blood thinners, you may be asked to stop them before the procedure.

No. All of our outpatient procedures are done using local anesthesia, which numbs the area being treated. This means that you will be awake and comfortable during the procedure, but you will not feel any pain.
No. You should not feel any pain during the procedure. Some procedures may cause some discomfort afterward, but this is usually minimal and can be controlled with over-the-counter medication. There will be no long hospital stay or long recovery!
Most procedures take less than 30 minutes. Some procedures may take longer, but this will be discussed with you beforehand.
Recovery varies depending on your procedure but you will usually go home within an hour or two after having an in-office procedure. Usually with just a Band-aid! For some procedures, you will receive a prescription for medications.
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