About Vascular & Interventional Physicians of Brevard
Interventional Radiology (IR), as one of the biggest advances in medical practice, provides less invasive treatments than open surgery for multiple disease processes. Through a small incision, less than the size of a pencil eraser, highly trained, subspecialized, Interventional Radiologists deliver precise, targeted treatments to parts of the body previously only accessible with more invasive open surgical procedures.
Interventional Radiology treatments are a well-accepted option to both diagnose and treat many different types of disease. For example, conditions such as narrowing of both the arteries and veins, blood clots in the lungs and other parts of the body, as well as life threatening bleeding, varicose veins, male infertility, kidney stones, gallbladder and liver disease, enlarged prostate, uterine fibroids, spinal fractures, and the treatment of many different types of cancer.
Our Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide high quality, evidence based, compassionate care to all patients we serve. We invite you to explore our website, where you will find information about each of the four divisions: Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Interventional Radiology and Radiology. You will also find information about our physicians’ training and background, the services we provide, patient education materials, patient billing information, as well as resources about the local community and career opportunities that are available within our growing company. Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. We look forward to serving you and welcome you to contact us with any questions or concerns.
Our team includes the largest group of specialty-trained Interventional Radiologists in the region. A growing number of Advanced Practice Providers complement the team with extensive experience in IR procedures and clinical care. Our goal is to help you improve your health in the most comfortable and least invasive way possible. We are more than just specialists who perform a procedure to treat your medical problem or disease. We work in collaboration with your primary care physician on an ongoing basis to help you achieve the best health possible.