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Interventional Radiology Blog
The RIA Endovascular blog covers topics about invasive interventional radiology treatments and procedures performed by RIA Endovascular board-certified, fellowship-trained radiologists and medical staff. The RIA Endovascular blog covers topics of interest such as interventional vein care, arterial, oncology, spinal and general interventional radiology procedures.
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Posted on September 2, 2015
We’re always visiting provider’s offices to share information on the latest interventional radiology techniques. Our lunch and learns provide a good way to educate physicians and staff alike.
Need a speaker for a professional program? Our physicians and other providers regularly publish, speak and present at local, regional and national conferences.
Information on presenters for our speakers can be found …
Posted on August 30, 2015
Interventional Oncology helps beat cancer to the punch.
Recent article in Health & Wellness Magazine
An article about RIA Endovascular’s Interventional Oncology program recently appeared in the latest issue of Health & Wellness magazine. The pdf can be downloaded here: RIAE Interventional Oncology Program.
Learn more about the program at http://www.riaendovascular.com/interventional-oncology/…
Posted on July 10, 2015
Video: learn about spider and varicose veins.
In this 3-minute video, there’s information on:
– who gets varicose veins
– how a healthy vein and a faulty vein differ
– treatment for varicose veins
– before and after photos
– symptoms of vein conditions
– ideas for self-help
– insurance – when providers will pay
– when you should seek …
Posted on June 14, 2015
Enlarged Prostate Abstracts
Are you looking for studies to see if a TURP alternative is for you?
Several individuals, as well as physicians, have requested information lately on the medical literature on the prostate artery embolization procedure for enlarged prostate (benign prostate hyperplasia, or BPH). We have assembled a series of Abstracts – Prostate Artery Embolization that we’d like to …
Posted on May 3, 2015
Pictures of Hope From Goa, India!
These pictures were taken for RIA Endovascular’s good friend Suzanne Lindley and all the amazing people at YES! beatlivertumors.org, who provide inspiration, information, advocacy and hope to people fighting liver cancer and cancer that has spread to the liver, Contact YES! Either go online or call 877.937.7478. They are an amazing organization.
Posted on February 25, 2015
Is it a good idea to cover leg varicose and spider veins with tattoos?
There’s several reasons why RIA Endovascular doesn’t think it is such a hot idea.
For one thing, tattoos just cover the unsightly veins, rather than fixing the problem. It’s literally a cover-up.
Second, the result is not always pleasing, and may worsen over time, especially if …
Posted on February 9, 2015
Why sitting all the time isn’t such a good idea
You’d better sit down for this. Or not. In this article,in which William Grande, MD is quoted, you’ll find a lot of reasons why you shouldn’t sit too much.
Couch potatoes are everywhere!
According to the article in Health & Wellness magazine, recent studies show the average American sits a …
Posted on January 26, 2015
Dr. Stratil discusses chronic pelvic congestion syndrome – video
Chronic pelvic congestion is the second leading cause of pelvic pain in women after endometriosis, yet it often goes undiagnosed.
In this two-minute segment of Mile High Living on Denver’s Channel 7, Peter Stratil, MD explains how ovarian vein embolization may be appropriate procedure for those women with pelvic pain due …
Posted on January 11, 2015
William Grande MD talks about leg conditions
In this profile article appearing in the January 2015 issue of Health & Wellness, William Grande, MD, interventional radiologist at RIA Endovascular, talks about why he went into the field of interventional radiology, and how interventional radiologists treat legs.
Read the attached article here: Dr Grande on Leg Conditions.
You can …
Posted on December 16, 2014
This holiday season, give the gift of healthy legs.
Stuck on a holiday gift for someone you love? Treating unsightly or painful legs that have spider and varicose veins is a wonderful gift — to oneself or loved ones.
In this video filmed at Channel 7, Peter Stratil, MD talks about RIA Endovascular comprehensive vein center, and why …
Posted on November 26, 2014
Season’s Greetings From RIA Endovascular
Happy holidays! Enjoy the season. May you enjoy good health, happiness and all good things!
Happy holidays from the providers and staff at RIA Endovascular.…
Posted on October 20, 2014
Healthy Legs Screening – Are Your Legs Healthy?
Take this screening to find out if you may have issues due to venous insufficiency or peripheral artery disease. The key is listed below the symptoms.
Note: this screening does not cover all issues (e.g., foot problems, knee problems, muscular issues, other condition)s.
Learn more about venous insufficiency and peripheral artery disease. …
Posted on September 22, 2014
Peripheral Artery Disease – Warning Signs
Here are the warning signs of Peripheral Artery Disease, often referred to as PAD.
PAD is Treatable
RIA Endovascular treats both venous and arterial disease, and treatment is possible. Plus, there are a lot of things you can personally to prevent PAD. If you want to know more, check out this page on the …
Posted on September 7, 2014
RIA Endovascular at Amazing Aging 2014 – Pictures from the event…
Posted on August 31, 2014
Oh My Aching Legs! – Presentation at 2014 Amazing Aging Expo
Why do my legs hurt?
In this lively talk, Dr. Peter Stratil, MD, interventional radiologist at RIA Endovascular, along with Heidi Mizones, Nurse Practitioner, will present “Oh My Aching Legs.” The talk will be on Saturday, Sept. 6 at 1 pm in Ballroom C at the Denver Marriott – …