What is the Minimally Invasive Care Center?
Princeton Radiology – the name you trust for imaging excellence – is expanding our minimally invasive procedures now available through the Minimally Invasive Care Center.
Our doctors at the Minimally Invasive Care Center treat various conditions inside the body using techniques that are much less invasive than traditional surgeries. The power of medical imaging technology to visualize internal tissues enables interventional radiologists to minimize tissue damage, avoid large incisions, and to perform procedures in the office setting that previously required invasive surgeries and lengthy hospital stays.
All of our physicians are board certified interventional radiologists and can treat a broad spectrum of cosmetic and medical disorders.
The physicians at the Minimally Invasive Care Center treat a wide variety of medical conditions, including, but not limited to:
- Vein disorders, including varicose veins, spider veins, and deep venous disease
- Pelvic pain caused by uterine fibroids and pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS)
- Enlarged prostate gland (BPH)
- Biopsy and cancer-related therapies
Our physicians also perform minimally invasive procedures for diagnostic purposes. Image-guided biopsies are an important step in the process of diagnosing or ruling out cancer.
These techniques can help avoid surgeries for the sole purpose of making a diagnosis. Patients can expect compassionate care and accurate results.
For information about the procedures performed by the interventional radiologists of the Minimally Invasive Care Center, please see the Conditions & Treatments section of our website.