A new field of medicine
has emerged.

Over the past decade, interventional radiology has become one of the fastest-growing fields of medicine, winning over both physicians and patients seeking safer and less invasive treatments for common diseases and painful conditions.

An interventional radiologist is one of the most highly trained doctors in all of medicine. A minimum of 13 years of education and training are required to become board certified in this specialty.

Like a regular radiologist, an interventional radiologist uses medical imaging technology to look inside the body. What’s different is that they use this imaging to also precisely guide therapy, with a catheter through the body’s vascular system to treat disease or with a needle to deliver medicine directly to the source of pain.

These treatments are safe and proven effective. They require almost no downtime compared with traditional surgery and they can get you back to your regular routine faster.

If you are suffering from one of the conditions we treat, we encourage you to speak with us or ask us to consult with your doctor.

It’s worth your while to learn more.
Call us to make an appointment today.

Dr. Martinez

Our doctor

Dr. Hilario Martinez is an interventional radiologist with board certification in diagnostic radiology, interventional radiology, and neuroradiology. He has been practicing for more than 15 years specializing in peripheral vascular procedures with attention to critical limb ischemia, limb salvage, chronic venous insufficiency and varicose veins.

Dr. Martinez earned his medical degree from Ponce School of Medicine, his radiology residency from the University of Connecticut, his interventional radiology fellowship from Georgetown University, and his neuroradiology fellowship from the University of Maryland.

Dr. Martinez resides in South Florida, spending his free time living a healthy, active lifestyle with his wife and two daughters. As a husband, father, and son, Dr. Martinez believes in respect for all people and their supporting families by embracing the power of information, communication, and actively advocating for his patients