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Women's Health

Stop Waiting to Get Your Fibroids Treated

Some have heard about it and many many others have not…yet. UFE or uterine fibroid embolization, a simple yet effective procedure that only takes around 30-45 minutes and sends you home the same day with only a band-aid.


Success at JourneyFit Health & Wellness Expo

If you’ve never heard of JourneyFit you’re in for a treat. These gals (and guys too!) know how to rock a workout.

Liver Cancer Treatments

Dr. Van Meter Explains a few of our treatment options.

Our very own Dr. Van Meter explains who we are at MTV IR and explores a few of our treatment procedures.


We’re Going to the JourneyFit Expo…Are You?

Join Dr. Evans as she discusses the benefits and results from Uterine Fibroids Embolization at the “My Journey is Fit Health & Wellness Expo”


Meet us at the Wonderfully Made Expo for a Free PAD Screening

Meet us at the Wonderfully Made Health and Wellness Expo for a FREE peripheral artery disease (PAD) screening. North Dallas Community Bible Fellowship Saturday, Nov. 2nd - 9am to 1pm What an awesome event to be a part of. Our very own Dr. Lauren Evans will be on location discussing the dangers of PAD and [...]


Free Screenings for Peripheral Artery Disease – PAD

Feel like you may be at risk for Peripheral Artery disease? Knowing your symptoms can greatly reduce your risk. MTV IR teamed up with the amazing people at The Branch Connection to offer FREE screenings on Thursday, August 29th and another screening session on September 9th.

Health & Wellbeing

Be Careful With Internet Research

We understand – having a serious disease is terrible, and people want hope. As specialists in liver cancer treatment options in North Texas, one of the things we pride ourselves on is staying on top of the latest discoveries in the fight against the diseases we treat.

Men's Health

MTV IR Treats PAD From The Wrist.

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) affects as many as 18 million Americans and is a circulatory condition in which narrowed and hardened blood vessels reduce blood flow to the limbs and, if left untreated, could lead to limb amputation.