Interventional radiology is a specialty which involves image guided procedures used to treat multiple conditions. Our practice focuses on communication with patients and their physicians in order to optimize their care. Quality, compassion and accessibility are the three goals for all of our care lines. We strive to educate our patients in order to help them with their health care needs.
My primary areas of interest include vascular malformations, critical limb ischemia, and venous and gynecologic intervention. Through the treatment of these and other conditions, I pride myself in building strong multidisciplinary relationships and team concepts – with the goal of optimizing the care of patients. I have built the clinical practice to become a comprehensive consult service that addresses the multiple needs of interventional patients and their referring physicians. I hail from Pennsylvania where I graduated from Penn State and received my medical degree from Drexel University. Following my internship, I completed my radiology residency and fellowship at Duke University. I took a position at Latrobe Area Hospital in Pennsylvania for three years, but I could not get North Carolina off my mind! Since 2003 I have been practicing and teaching at Duke University Medical Center, while my wife and I raise our two sons.