Testimonials – Women’s
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Testimonials – Women’s
Testimonials by patients and family members about their treatments of chronic pelvic pain, uterine fibroids, iliac vein and varicose veins at RIA Endovascular
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 July 6, 2014
Deep chronic pelvic pain…no more after ovarian vein embolization
Deep pelvic pain…no more. It took me years to get a diagnosis. One large ovarian cyst removed — along with the ovary and fallopian tube, yearly transvaginal ultrasounds, and many “complaints” of pelvic pain to my OB/GYN.
Pelvic pain- what does that mean?
What did that mean to me? Deep pelvic …
Posted on August 5, 2013
“My Wife’s Experiences with Uterine Fibroid Embolization” — in a husband’s own words
This couple didn’t stop when it came to finding a solution to Jennifer’s painful uterine fibroids. Here’s a portion of their story, and you can read the entire blog post on her husband Ari’s website. (Excerpted with permission.) “Fibroids can do a variety of nasty things, …
Posted on July 11, 2013
“I had venous reflux…” — patient testimonial
“I had venous reflux and I had suffered with trouble with my varicose veins for many years. As a physical therapist, I had to stand a lot for work. After a while, I could barely stand for even a few minutes. I was experiencing a great deal of pain and pressure in my …
Posted on July 3, 2013
“Everything suddenly changed…” — In a patient’s own words
I have been a hairdresser for many years and, as anyone who stands in their line of work knows, leg issues can be extremely uncomfortable and debilitating — not to mention the major danger of developing a blood clot.
“Through the years, I became ‘another number’ in other clinics. I …
Posted on June 27, 2013
Uterine fibroids – now there’s an easier way!
What a pain. Even though uterine fibroid tumors are benign, they are a pain. Literally. Plus, the impact on a woman’s life can be significant. Besides pain, pressure,
blleding and pain during sexual intercouse (just some of the symptoms), some women have chosen to have invasive surgeries or hysterectomies to rid themselves …
Posted on July 3, 2012
In a patient’s own words…
I checked in to Littleton Adventist Hospital in October for a UFE [Uterine Fibroid Embolization] procedure with Dr. Brooke Spencer. I was extremely nervous as I’d never had to check in to a hospital for anything, so I was a first-timer.
“The nurses in the IR ward were so wonderful, very attentive, explained …
Posted on July 26, 2011
“Time is precious” – Oncology patient testimonial
“I’m grateful that I decided to do Y-90 radioembolization. It has extended my time on this earth, and for that I’m grateful.
“Thanks, Dr, Nutting, for this new lease on life. I got to see my daughter get married. That time is precious to me.”