Are you having trouble walking due to severe pain in your legs? Are you having very painful periods with heavy bleeding and considering the idea that you might have uterine fibroids? There is a Vein & Fibroid Treatment Center in Colton, California, that is available to help you.
In addition to vein and fibroid treatment, the Vein & Fibroid Treatment Center also assists with a series of other specialty procedures. We get to the root of the problem before we diagnose and treat any health concerns using state-of-the-art intravascular technology and comprehensive X-ray. If leg pain, swelling, ulcers, or varicose veins are causing you to suffer, Dr. Saleh invites you to reach out for an initial consultation regarding your condition to see if we can help you get back to a life free from the pain of these health conditions. He has been treating vascular conditions for over 15 years.
We work with patients who need or are already on dialysis. Our new Bard WaveLinQ procedure can help create an arteriovenous fistula in an outpatient setting using minimally invasive techniques.
Usually located in the legs, DVT occurs when blood clots form in the deep veins. Leg pain and swelling are common symptoms of DVT, but it can also be present with no obvious symptoms.
Did you receive a uterine fibroid diagnosis and now you’re worried it will mean a hysterectomy? The Vein and Fibroid Treatment Center in Colton offers a minimally invasive alternate method called Uterine Fibroid Embolization that leaves your uterus intact. We use the most up-to-date and state-of-the-art techniques to identify, diagnose, and treat fibroids in the city of Colton. We offer outpatient fibroid removal and treatment so that you can have the best quality of life possible.
Sometimes there are no symptoms when small fibroids are involved, but when these benign tumors in the uterus start causing complications, there will usually be red flags. Severe abdominal pain or heavy periods, pain during intercourse, abdominal bloating, lower back aches and pains, and an increase in urination are all symptoms that might be pointing toward a uterine fibroid diagnosis.
A uterine fibroid diagnosis doesn’t always mean you need a hysterectomy. We provide the most minimally invasive treatment available called Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE). Contrary to a hysterectomy, this outpatient procedure preserves the uterus with a minimal amount of recovery time. When it comes to treating your uterine fibroids, you deserve a second opinion.
Contact us today to see if you might be a candidate for UFE and to schedule an initial consultation with Dr. Saleh at our Colton office HERE.