Why Go to An Interventional Radiologist?


When it comes to varicose vein treatment, you have a choice when it comes to the type of treatment you choose and which physician you trust to perform the procedure. In addition to interventional radiologists, many different types of doctors offer varicose vein treatments including vascular surgeons, general surgeons, dermatologists, plastic surgeons and phlebologists. So what type of physician should you see?


Interventional radiologists are the best choice for varicose vein treatment

Interventional radiologists are physicians that have undergone extensive training in medical imaging, human anatomy and the diagnosis and treatment of disease using the most minimally invasive techniques. While each doctor and practice is different, interventional radiologists are an excellent choice for varicose vein treatments.

 

Questions to Ask

Look for a board certified interventional radiologist experienced in treating your specific condition.

A full service clinic provides consultation, diagnosis and treatment for conditions caused by venous disease. Radiologists at full service vein clinics customize treatment plans for each individual patient and do not provide one-size-fits-all treatments.

You should have the opportunity to meet the physician who will perform your treatment.

Trust a more experienced provider who is part of a well-established practice.

While vein treatments are very safe, complications can occur. Ensure you’ll be able to contact a physician at any hour with questions or concerns.

 

Visit Minneapolis Vein Center

Schedule a consultation with the interventional radiology experts at Minneapolis Vein Center to learn about the treatment options that are best for you. You’ll always be able to meet the board-certified physician who will perform your procedure and have a chance to ask. We look forward to helping you look and feel your best!

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