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San Jose Fibroid Center

Leading Bay Area Fibroid Center

Why Choose VIP Fibroid Center?

The mission of the VIP Fibroid center is to help women treat the fibroids that have been adversely impacting their quality of life using non-surgical minimally invasive procedures that will also avoid unnecessary surgeries, hospital stays, and complications. The practice has a tremendous amount of experience in delivering the highest quality of care for every patient while avoiding large incisions and keeping the patient on an outpatient basis, expediting recovery. Procedures are performed through a tiny pin-prick incision in the wrist that is closed only with a band-aid.

The center is staffed by professionals who are both friendly and highly trained, meaning that patients are always welcomed with a smile that is willing and able to answer any and all questions that patients might have. The facilities present a modern atmosphere with an open office, creating an atmosphere that is closer in similarity to a spa than a typical hospital. We ensure that no patient ever leaves the facilities disappointed or unhappy with their care.

About the Doctors

The attending physicians at VIP Fibroid Center are Anup Singh and Rajeev Tandon. Both physicians received their training in Vascular and Interventional Radiology from the UCLA Medical Center. There, they studied under one of the pioneers of the Uterine Fibroid Embolization procedure. Both physicians specialize in the treatment of various vascular disorders and in using minimally invasive techniques for the benefit of patients everywhere. Both physicians are board-certified in Diagnostic Radiology by the American Board of Radiology as vascular specialists.

The physicians have over 15 years of experience in treating a wide variety of vascular disorders, including uterine fibroids. This experience combines uniquely with the state-of-the-art procedures, such as wrist access, to give patients the mix of expertise and veteran experience that they deserve. On top of all of this, the physicians and staff of VIP Fibroid Center maintain a focus on personalized and compassionate care that ensures that every patient has all of their questions and concerns addressed both before and after the procedure. This commitment has made the practice one of the most trusted names in vascular medicine in the region.

What is a Uterine Fibroid Embolization?

Uterine fibroids are tumors made up of benign smooth muscle tissue that nevertheless impact many women annually. While some fibroids may be small, other fibroids can be large in size, causing significant symptoms that can range from cramping to heavy menstrual periods, and even painful sex and loss of libido. More and more women are opting for an alternative, non-surgical approach called Uterine Fibroid Embolization. Uterine Fibroid Embolization is a low-trauma, minimally invasive procedure. It stops fibroids by restricting their blood supply. Fibroids can only grow when they have plenty of blood to bring them oxygen and nutrients. Starve a fibroid of blood, it begins to shrink and dwindle.

Uterine Fibroid Embolization selectively targets the blood vessels feeding into each fibroid. By blocking blood in a very precise way, Uterine Fibroid Embolization eliminates the things a fibroid needs to exist. Because fibroid embolization is very exact, it only blocks vessels supplying fibroids. Blood supply to the rest of the uterus is unaffected

Uterine Fibroid Embolization is an extremely precise, extremely effective way to provide relief from the problems caused by uterine fibroids.

There are several benefits to this procedure that give patients an advantage over traditional surgical methods:

  • This procedure has a precise delivery method, via catheter, and uses particles to block the flow of blood and nutrients to the site of the fibroid.
  • Without a blood supply, the fibroid is gradually starved for nutrients and shrinks.
  • The procedure involves a smaller incision than typical surgery, meaning that the recovery is generally quicker and has fewer complications.

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