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A Different Approach.
Interventional radiology has completely changed the medical landscape for many patients. Here at Comprehensive Integrated Care, interventional radiologists use image-guided procedures to relieve pain and improve quality of life. Using image guidance and catheters which are long, thin, flexible tubes that are able to go into arteries and veins, this type of specialist is able to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions without scalpels or stitches.
Through a tiny nick in the skin, we can treat peripheral artery disease, enlarged prostates, veins, uterine fibroids, liver tumors, and compression fractures of the spine. Our minimally invasive approach provides less risk, a shorter recovery time, and in many cases a better outcome than traditional surgery. This technique opens new possibilities, offering hope to those who may not be able to have surgery or want a less invasive option.
We treat the following:
Interventional radiology can treat several different medical conditions, including:
PAD vs. neuropathy
Neuropathy and peripheral artery disease (PAD) produce many of the same frustrating symptoms. Interventional radiology can provide fast, effective relief.
PAE for BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia)
Thanks to interventional radiology, there is now a minimally-invasive way to provide relief and reduce symptoms of enlarged prostate.
UFE for Uterine Fibroids
For decades, the only solution to uterine fibroids was a hysterectomy. Thankfully, that is no longer the case. Uterine fibroid embolization (UFE) shrinks fibroid tumors without surgery.
Kyphoplasty for Compression Fractures
Compression fractures can be painful and, over time, disfiguring. Kyphoplasty, a minimally-invasive procedure, can end pain and stabilize the spine.
VenaSeal™ for varicose veins
VenaSeal™ is an FDA-approved answer to frustrating, painful varicose veins. This technology seals off varicose veins without heat treatment or compression socks.
Interventional radiology offers modern, non-invasive treatments for many cancers, including liver cancer. Using microscopic radiation beads, patients can receive cancer care that targets the tumor directly.