Riverside Radiology and Interventional Associates (RRIA) provide innovative treatments for uterine fibroids, pain, peripheral arterial disease, varicose veins as well as many other types of minimally invasive procedures in the Columbus, Ohio area. In addition to being expertly trained at some of the leading medical institutions, our physician specialists are medical pioneers in maximizing the evolving technological advancements on behalf of our patients and hospital partners. Our reputation as quality care leaders and innovators has made us the physicians of choice to investigate new interventional technologies and treatments by the nation's leading clinical research organizations.
RRIA Vascular and Interventional radiology specialists provide the highest level of care for the patients we serve. Interventional Radiology (IR) is a subspecialty of radiology in which minimally invasive image guided procedures are used to diagnose and treat a variety of diseases in nearly every organ system. The focus of Interventional Radiology is to care for patients using the least invasive techniques available in order to minimize patient complications and discomfort while improving outcomes.
Varicose vein ablation is a minimally invasive laser procedure that provides relief from painful and unsightly varicose veins. This procedure is performed in our conveniently located outpatient facility in Lewis Center, Ohio. Our doctors are fellowship trained board certified physicians from some of the best educational institutions in the US.Learn More
Fibroid tumors can cause heavy menstrual bleeding, pain, and pressure on the bladder and/or bowel. Uterine fibroid embolization is a minimally invasive procedure that uses real time imaging to guide embolic agents to the uterus in an effort to block blood flow to the fibroids, causing them to shrink.Learn More
Patients have IVC filters placed to prevent clots from traveling from their legs to their lungs. Many of these IVC filters are removed once patients are safely able to be anticoagulated, have gone through their surgical procedure, or their medical condition has improved.Learn More