Experts in Interventional Radiology
We strive to be the best, because you deserve the best.
Through our many years of experience, we have established ourselves as the best interventional radiology doctors in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. We have received excellent feedback and recommendations from both patients and other doctors we have consulted with.
MTV IR is an independent interventional radiology practice that focuses on the needs of the patient. Interventional oncology encompasses the full breadth of interventional radiology, but focuses on highly advanced, minimally-invasive procedures that aid in tumor control and slowing or stopping progression of the disease.
These procedures include: percutaneous ablation or embolization of tumors, portal vein embolization, and treatment of painful bony metastases. Pain Management is a large part of cancer treatment, so we provide state-of-the-art treatments to reduce pain and improve our patients quality of life.
We specialize in a number of women’s health issues, bringing the benefits of interventional radiology to the treatment of uterine fibroids, pelvic congestion, and fertility issues.
We are actively involved in the treatment of a number of men’s health issues involving prostate artery embolization and varicocele embolization to improve fertility.
Dr. Travis Allen Van Meter
MTV IR Interventional Radiologist
Dr. Travis Van Meter has been practicing interventional radiology in Dallas for more than 21 years. He is board certified in diagnostic radiology and fellowship trained in interventional radiology. He practices the full breadth of interventional radiology, but has particular interest and expertise in interventional oncology–a subspecialty of interventional radiology focused on the care of the oncology patient.
This area requires working with a multidisciplinary team of medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and surgical oncologists to provide the most advanced care for a cancer patient. Dr. Van Meter has been one of the leading specialists of interventional oncology in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Dr. Lauren Evans
MTV IR Interventional Radiologist
Dr. Lauren Evans is a board certified Diagnostic Radiologist who is fellowship trained in Vascular and Interventional Radiology. She is proud to be a Texas born, raised, and trained physician who is proficient in all aspects of vascular and interventional radiology. Dr. Evans’ interests include interventional oncology and peripheral vascular disease as well as women and men’s health issues using minimally invasive, image guided procedures. She works in a collaborative manner with patients and multidisciplinary teams to ensure excellent, high level patient care.
I love This Team
I love this team! Thanks for always making me feel better, he is very knowledgeable and makes you feel really comfortable, and the staff. All are very easy to talk to and very knowledgeable. Seriously my favorite Doc of all time.
Dr Van Meter was amazing. His attitude, attention to his patient and his care pre /post procedure was excellent. His staffs were wonderful. Everything was done quickly and on time.
Dr VanMeter has seen my husband for liver cancer and performed several procedures including chemo and radiation procedures on him. He is a warm, heartfelt provider. I have worked in healthcare for years and never experienced a provider who would text or call you to check on us after a procedure and is always readily assessible when I have a question for him. Regardless of day or time he has always been available and is straightforward and makes you feel you matter. Can’t say enough. Remarkable!
Where do I begin
Where to begin. I am a nurse and I’ve worked with numerous physicians and I appreciate Dr. Van Meter’s patient interaction, expertise, and his sprite. Most doctors don’t understand the importance of patient interaction. This is what helps a patient understand and comply with new treatment. Dr. Van Meter goes above and beyond, he does not rush the patient, and he takes time to listen and answer your question. My Mother was referred to him and what started off as horrible news ended in a smile.