Access Vascular Health
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Access Vascular Health is a leader in non-surgical treatment of men and women’s health conditions through the use of diagnostic and vascular radiology procedures. Doctor Michelle Maneevese, MD is a board certified, fellowship trained specialist in vascular and interventional radiology with a focus on uterine artery embolization, fertility, pelvic pain, enlarged prostate treatment, peripheral arterial disease, and varicose vein treatments. Doctor Maneevese is currently the only female provider of uterine embolization in Houston. She has performed more prostate artery embolizations (PAEs) than any other medical practitioner in the Southern US. Doctor Maneevese started her Houston clinic in 2021 to focuses on providing innovative and non-surgical outpatient interventional radiology treatments for men and women.
Access Vascular Health
5151 Katy Freeway Suite 170Houston Texas 77007USA
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