Fibroid Treatment in Houston, TX
Houston Fibroids offers patients a minimally invasive, state-of-the-art, non-surgical treatment alternative for uterine fibroids and adenomyosis. Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) is a proven, effective treatment for uterine fibroids and is an alternative to hysterectomy or myomectomy. Uterine Fibroid Embolization has been performed worldwide for more than 20 years and has provided hundreds of thousands of women with symptom relief from their fibroids without major surgery.
Dr. Eric Hardee and Dr. William C. Fox have over 30 years combined experience performing Uterine Fibroid Embolization. Dr. Hardee and Dr. Fox perform Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) utilizing advanced techniques that allow the procedure to be performed as an outpatient procedure. No overnight stay at a hospital is required allowing patients to recover in the comfort of their own home.
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Fibroid Specialists near Houston
Dr. William Fox and Dr. Eric Hardee are board certified interventional radiologists who specialize in a less invasive treatment for uterine fibroids. They co-founded Houston Fibroids to provide better, and more personal patient care. The entire team works hard to provide a high quality patient experience at 3 locations in the Houston area. They hope to help women suffering with symptomatic uterine fibroids by offering a non-surgical treatment option, uterine fibroid embolization.
What does Telemedicine care for fibroids mean for you? Instead of coming to our office, we can offer you high-quality fibroid and women’s health care, all from the comfort and convenience of your own home. In order to provide you with a face-to-face consultation that protects your privacy,
If you’re stuck home right now because of the Coronavirus epidemic, chances are you’re paying more attention to your body. And, if that’s the case, you may have suddenly noticed: your period’s pretty heavy! There’s lots of reasons your period gets heavy (and we’ll go through them shortly.
If you’ve heard about fibroids and polyps, you want to know: are these uterine growths similar? Plus, you may avoid unnecessary medical visits right now, so you need virtual guidance. So, here’s the quick answer: no! These two reproductive health issues are very different.