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Richmond Magazine’s TOP DOC’s for 2019

RAR congratulates the following physicians for their recognition as Top Docs 2019 – Lowrey H. Holthaus, MD – Diagnostic Radiology, A. John Kuta, MD – Diagnostic Radiology, Philip C. Pieters, MD – Interventional Radiology,Efstathios “Ike” Spinos, MD – Neurointerventional Radiology. Woven EndoBridge. Efstathios Spinos, MD, a neurovascular specialist at RAR was the first in Central […]

New Stroke Device

Woven EndoBridge. Efstathios Spinos, MD, a neurovascular specialist at RAR was the first in Central Virginia to offer this new lifesaving treatment to stroke patients.

Dr. Jeffrey E. Hull – The Ellipsys Vascular Access Device – Now FDA Approved

There has been a major advancement in dialysis care and treatment at Richmond Vascular Center. The Ellipsys® Vascular Access System provides a groundbreaking, minimally invasive and cost effective method to create a percutaneous arteriovenous (AV) fistula for hemodialysis access in patients with End-Stage Renal Disease.   AV fistula creation methods have not changed in 50 years. Ellipsys […]

Radiology Associates of Richmond Continues to Grow in 2018!

RAR welcomes Dr. Ashish Sethi, Dr. E. Paul Iverson, Dr. Michael Maldonado, Dr. William “Chris” Goodman, and Dr. Khalil Zahra. Dr. Ashish Sethi earned a Masters in Healthcare Administration from Virginia Commonwealth Virginia, Richmond, Virginia. He completed Medical School at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine in 2012, and completed his Residency program at […]

New Frontiers in Stroke Therapy at CJW Neuroscience & Gamma Knife Center’s Neurovascular Lab

Dr. Efstathios Spinos, neurointerventional radiologist at CJW, is the first physician in the Richmond area to place Boston Scientific’s Wingspan Stent System into a patient’s artery in the brain. The Wingspan stent opens blocked arteries and quickly restores blood flow to brain tissue which assists in prevention of further strokes. CJW is one of only […]

Balloon Kyphoplasty

Radiology Associates of Richmond Section of Interventional Radiology is pleased to offer a Medicare approved, minimally invasive surgical technique called Balloon Kyphoplasty. Kyphoplasty is indicated for the treatment and reduction of Vertebral Compression Fractures (VCF) caused by primary and secondary osteoporosis, multiple myeloma, bone metastases, and hemangioma. The benefit and objective of the procedure is […]