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Many conditions that typically require surgery can now be diagnosed and treated with interventional radiology. Using imaging technology, catheters, and small, specialized equipment, interventional radiologists can access and help treat nearly every area in the body without incisions, general anesthesia, or long recovery times.

We can safely and successfully address a growing list of conditions without the need for surgery, bringing many benefits to the patient and the practice alike.

Why Vascular and Interventional Radiology?

With its minimally invasive approach, vascular and interventional radiology (VIR) minimizes patient risk and speeds up recovery. Because many conditions that usually would require surgery are debilitating enough on their own, it makes sense to choose safe and proven alternatives for patient comfort and peace of mind.

VIR is a medical specialty that uses X-ray, ultrasound, CT and MRI technologies to safely guide catheters and other medical devices to the problem areas in the body. Almost every bodily section can be accessed this way: from organs deep inside the abdomen, leg vessels, or the most minor joints. VIR is at the forefront of medicine as a preferable alternative to open surgery and also reduces costs by eliminating the need for overnight hospital stays or prolonged recovery.

Why Vascular and Interventional Radiology?

Conditions We Diagnose and Treat

As a medical specialty, VIR began only as an alternative to surgery for conditions affecting blood vessels. These days, we now use the same approach to treat many health problems throughout the entire body.

Our team members at the Vascular & Interventional Partners are experienced and trained in treating conditions of the veins and arteries, benign and malignant tumors, fractures, inflammatory diseases, and more. By working closely with other medical experts, we can create a treatment program that boosts patient outcomes no matter how severe or benign a condition is. VIR techniques can assist even in cases where immediate treatment is necessary for patient survival.

Choosing Vascular & Interventional Partners

Our interventional radiologists at Vascular & Interventional Partners in Scottsdale, AZ, are recognized as some of the best doctors in the Valley. Our experienced physician assistants are trained specialists and practice exclusively in interventional radiology. Our team of highly trained staff allows us to give you the best care possible.

To learn more about what we treat at Vascular & Interventional Partners, click on these conditions:

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Compression Fractures

Spinal compression fractures, spine fractures causing pain.

Portal Hypertension

High pressure in the portal venous system, gastroesophageal varices.

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder syndrome, adhesive captulitis.

Enlarged Prostate (BPH)

Prostate enlargmeent, benign prostatic hyperplasia, enlarged prostate causing urinary symptoms.


Degenerative knee joint disease, knee arthritis.

Uterine Fibroids

Fibroid tumors of the uterus, Benign uterus tumors, pelvic bleeding from fibroids.

Varicose Veins

Enlarged veins of the legs, rope-like veins.

Hemorrhoidal Bleeding (Hemorrhoids)

Bleeding hemorrhoids, dilated veins around the anus with bleeding.

Liver Cancer

Tumors of the liver, cancer that spread to the liver.

Perihperal Arterial Disease

Arterial disease of the legs, poor blood flow to the feet.

May-Thurner Syndrome

Compression of a pelvic vein causing leg swelling and discomfort.

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

Elevated pressure in the brain and spine fluid spaces.

Pulsatile Tinnitus

Pulsatile ringing in the ears.

Spine Tumors (Spine Health & Pain Relief)

Tumors that spread to the spine, painful spine tumors.

Pelvic Varices

Large vessels around uterus and ovaries causing pain. Big pelvic vessels. Pelvis varicose veins.

Pelvic venous embolization

Scrotal Varices

Dilated veins in the scrotum.

Gonadal vein embolization