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Skilled Interventional Radiology in West Long Branch

If you are dealing with painful artery conditions like peripheral artery disease, our practice is the place for you. At Atlantic Surgical Associates, we provide skilled interventional radiology to treat your condition and give you the pain relief you deserve. Our team looks forward to meeting you and learning how we can improve your overall quality of life.

For years, we have been a trusted interventional radiology doctor to West Long Branch residents and those in its surrounding communities. Dr. Richard Daniels and his team are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about the procedure. Call us today to schedule your consultation appointment!


What Is Interventional Radiology?

Interventional radiology is a specialized branch of radiology that uses minimally invasive technology to resolve arterial issues like blocked vessels. Interventional radiology is less painful, more cost-effective, and reduces your recovery time to get you back to normal day-to-day activities quicker than traditional vascular surgery.

Using imaging equipment like x-rays, Dr. Daniels can identify the source of your pain. From there, he will create a small opening and use specialized equipment to place a tiny balloon in your blood vessel that slowly expands it and clears any blockages. Finally, he will place a tiny metal cylinder in your blood vessel to keep it open and prevent further blockage complications. The time to leave the hospital varies from patient to patient; however, the typical recovery time is around six hours following your procedure.

Benefits of Interventional Radiology

There are numerous benefits to interventional radiology over traditional vascular surgery. When you contact our office, we'll take the time to explain what the procedure entails and the benefits you can expect from it. Some of the benefits of interventional radiology include:

  • Eliminating the need for amputation or surgical bypass
  • Decreasing the distance from our tools to the lesion
  • Accessing small or previously inaccessible vessels as narrow as 2mm thick
  • Reperfusion of the feet with minimal incisions
  • Accessing feet from the foot itself

Understanding Peripheral Arterial Disease

West Long Branch interventional radiologyPeripheral arterial disease is a common condition that affects millions of Americans each year. The disease develops when there's a buildup of plaque inside your arteries. Plaque can cause your arteries to stiffen, leading to blockages that restrict blood flow and cause pain.

Peripheral arterial disease typically affects your legs and arms. Although some patients may not realize they are dealing with the disease, pain can increase with multiple blockages. Additionally, sleep can cause severe pain as it limits the blood flow throughout your body. Our procedure can help give you the pain relief and sleep you deserve.

7 Signs of Peripheral Arterial Disease

It can be challenging to notice the signs of peripheral arterial disease as most begin subtly before worsening. Additionally, signs of the disease can be similar to other health complications, which makes diagnosis tricky. If you notice one or multiple signs of peripheral arterial disease, contact us immediately. Some common signs include:

  1. Pain in your lower extremities
  2. Sores on the skin of your legs and feet
  3. Loss of hair on your feet and toes
  4. Aching in your feet when at rest
  5. Distinct changes in your skin color or temperature
  6. Burning and tingling in your feet

Interventional Radiology FAQs

It is normal to have countless questions about interventional radiology. Our medical team is here to answer your questions and give you the information you need to make decisions about your health with confidence.

Some frequently asked questions about interventional radiology in West Long Branch include:

Am I at risk for peripheral arterial disease?

There are various risk factors for peripheral arterial disease, and the more you have, the greater your chances of developing it. Typical risk factors include:

  • Tobacco use
  • Increased stress
  • Lack of exercise
  • Family history of heart or vascular disease
  • You are over 50 years old

As a minimally invasive procedure, you can expect to experience minor discomfort. Although you may feel some aching around the insertion site, it should go away over a brief period of time.

Yes. Our practice incorporates strict safety standards to ensure the success of your procedure. We train extensively for radiation safety and understand the effects of radiation on your body.

Untreated peripheral arterial disease can result in the continuation of blocked or reduced capacity blood vessels. This can lead to decreased blood flow and health complications like cardiac arrest and stroke.

Your Place for West Long Branch Interventional Radiology

At Atlantic Surgical Associates, we provide skilled interventional radiology to improve your overall health and reduce discomfort. Whether you have never undergone treatment or have sought interventional radiology in the past, our practice can provide you with a satisfactory experience. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and learn whether interventional radiology in West Long Branch is right for you!


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