Christopher Stampe, M.D.

Interventional Radiologist located in Plymouth, MN

About Dr. Stampe

FELLOWSHIP

Interventional Radiology
University of Minnesota Medical School
Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

 

RESIDENCY

Diagnostic Radiology
University of Minnesota Medical School
Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

MEDICAL EDUCATION

Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota
Vermillion, South Dakota

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE

South Dakota State University
Brookings, South Dakota

 

CLINICAL EXPERTISE

Interventional Oncology, Chronic Venous Disease and Peripheral Arterial Disease.

 

WHAT LED YOU TO THE FIELD OF INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY?

Interventional radiologists use image guidance to perform procedures that would otherwise be too risky, complex, or invasive for patients. The first is always evolving with new technologies and new ideas. We find ways to treat many disease that used to require surgery with methods that have similar efficacy and are much better tolerated.


WHAT DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT YOUR JOB?

I get to see the results my patients have, often without the long recovery.


WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU’RE NOT WORKING?

Cycling our great trails, sailing on our beautiful lakes, working on old motorcycles, rock climbing, skiing, walking my dog, and traveling.


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FELLOWSHIP

Interventional Radiology
University of Minnesota Medical School
Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

 

RESIDENCY

Diagnostic Radiology
University of Minnesota Medical School
Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

MEDICAL EDUCATION

Sanford School of Medicine of the University of South Dakota
Vermillion, South Dakota

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE

South Dakota State University
Brookings, South Dakota

 

CLINICAL EXPERTISE

Interventional Oncology, Chronic Venous Disease and Peripheral Arterial Disease.

 

WHAT LED YOU TO THE FIELD OF INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY?

Interventional radiologists use image guidance to perform procedures that would otherwise be too risky, complex, or invasive for patients. The first is always evolving with new technologies and new ideas. We find ways to treat many disease that used to require surgery with methods that have similar efficacy and are much better tolerated.


WHAT DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT YOUR JOB?

I get to see the results my patients have, often without the long recovery.


WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU’RE NOT WORKING?

Cycling our great trails, sailing on our beautiful lakes, working on old motorcycles, rock climbing, skiing, walking my dog, and traveling.



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