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Virginia Interventional and Vascular Associates Announces Streamlined Services for Vascular Patients

September 9, 2009

FREDERICKSBURG, Va., Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ — Virginia Interventional and Vascular Associates (VIVA) and its parent group, Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) Ltd., announce that Victor J. D’Addio, M.D., FACS, has joined the practice. Dr. D’Addio is a board-certified vascular surgeon. Together, the practice offers streamlined services for vascular patients and referring physicians — from office-based vascular testing to minimally invasive treatments and traditional surgery.

Dr. D’Addio has practiced in the Fredericksburg area since 2005. He continues to care for his vascular patients at VIVA, and serve as medical director of the Rappahannock Wound Healing Center.

VIVA’s interventional radiologists perform minimally invasive, targeted treatments through the use of image guidance. RAF’s diagnostic radiologists cover all medical imaging subspecialties.

“The addition of Dr. D’Addio to the practice blends the expertise of interventional radiology, vascular surgery and diagnostic radiology to improve care for patients with vascular conditions,” said Dr. Michael P. McDermott of VIVA. These conditions include peripheral arterial disease (PAD), carotid artery disease, aneurysms and varicose veins.

The practice provides the following procedures:

  • Integrated diagnostic and treatment capabilities
  • Minimally invasive and traditional surgical treatments for the entire spectrum of peripheral vascular disease
  • State-of-the-art minimally invasive therapies for varicose veins and spider veins, by physicians who are fellowship-trained in safe, effective treatments
  • open and endovascular surgery, carotid endarterectomy, surgical aneurysm repair, surgical bypasses, dialysis access, vein phlebectomy, radiofrequency ablation, endovenous laser therapy and sclerotherapy

For more information, contact VIVA at (540) 654-9118. Visit the practice’s Web site at www.imagingway.com and click on the VIVA logo.

SOURCE Virginia Interventional and Vascular Associates


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