Radiofrequency Ablation of the Great Saphenous Vein

Varicose vein treatment, or endovenous ablation, is a minimally invasive treatment that uses radiofrequency or laser energy to cauterize (burn) and close abnormally enlarged veins in the legs, a condition called varicose veins.

Normally, blood circulates from the heart to the legs via arteries and back to the heart through veins. Veins contain one-way valves which allow blood to return from the legs against gravity. If the valves leak, blood pools in leg veins which can become enlarged or varicose.

Endovenous ablation is an image-guided procedure that uses heat generated by radiofrequency or laser energy to seal off these faulty vessels, diverting blood flow immediately to nearby healthy veins.


Radiofrequency Ablation of Kidney Tumor

Learn about radiofrequency ablation therapy for kidney tumor. Radiofrequency ablation, sometimes referred to as RFA, is a minimally invasive treatment for cancer.

Kinesiology Tape for Posterior Shin Splints

Learn about posterior shin splints. The shin is the common name for the front of the lower leg bone (tibia) and its associated muscles and tendons.

A Portable Pelvic Exam Device

Portable pelvic exam device, which is lightweight, easily transportable and can be used on existing hospital beds or tables to support an OB/GYN patient safely in the correct position for examination or procedure.

Kinesiology Tape for Gluteal Pain

Learn about gluteal pain taping. The gluteal muscles are the three main muscles that make up the buttocks. These muscles rotate the hip to the outside, extend the trunk of the body, and perform movements such as the squat and lunge.

Male Infertility: Spermatogenesis Procedure

Spermatidogenesis is the creation of spermatids from secondary spermatocytes. Secondary spermatocytes produced earlier rapidly enter meiosis II and divide to produce haploid spermatids.