Fibroid Treatment for Women near Dallas, TX
With extensive training in minimally-invasive image-guided procedures, Dr. Robert Handley has devoted his expertise to helping women near the Dallas area suffering from fibroids. Highly regarded as an expert in uterine fibroid embolization, Dr. Handley offers patients a minimally invasive, state-of-the-art, non-surgical alternative for uterine fibroid treatment and adenomyosis. North Texas Fibroids is conveniently located Between Dallas and Fort Worth at our office in Flower Mound Texas. This allows women to able to have the procedure done in an outpatient setting and go home the same day.
Treat Fibroids without Surgery
As a proven and effective treatment for fibroids, Uterine Fibroid Embolization is an alternative to hysterectomy or myomectomy. This procedure is not experimental and has been performed for the last 20 years. UFE has provided hundreds of thousands of women with faster symptom relief from their fibroids without major surgery. UFE typically involves only 7–10 days of recovery as opposed to six to eight weeks of recovery after major fibroid surgery. Patients can now discuss with Dr. Robert Handley to have the uterine fibroid embolization procedure done through femoral access or radial access.
To learn more from fibroid specialist Dr. Robert Handley about your treatment options, please schedule an appointment at our Flower Mound office today by calling (972) 724-2000.
Why More Women Choose Dr. Handley to Treat their Fibroids
Under an Hour. This short, outpatient procedure is done in-office allowing you to return home the same day.
Shortened Recovery Time. In less than a week, you’re back to your life quickly and with less pain.
Avoid Surgery. With UFE, only a bandaid is needed with almost no scarring.
Excellent Results. UFE has a very high clinical success and patient satisfaction rate.
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