Meet Dr. Mark Reddick
Interventional Radiologist in Dallas

Through a variety of state-of-the-art technologies and techniques, UT Southwestern radiologist Mark Reddick, M.D., M.S., uses radiologic imaging to visualize what’s going on inside the body, often in stunning detail.

As an interventional radiologist, Dr. Reddick specializes in the use of medical imaging to evaluate, diagnose, and treat diseases using minimally invasive techniques.

Although Dr. Reddick is experienced in diagnosing and treating a broad spectrum of conditions, he has special expertise in performing minimally invasive procedures to treat cancer (interventional oncology) and congenital vascular malformations, as well as in diagnostic vascular imaging.

“Interventional radiology is much more than taking pictures,” Dr. Reddick says. “It’s about understanding what we see in the images and using that information to target our treatment of conditions that range from cancer and vascular disease to conditions of the genitourinary tract and liver, biliary system, lungs, and other organs.”

A Comprehensive Approach

Because of the wide variety of conditions he treats, Dr. Reddick notes how important it is to have a multidisciplinary approach to patient care.

“Interventional radiology isn’t defined by a particular organ system like many specialties; it’s defined primarily by the skill sets that make it up – minimally invasive procedures and image-guidance,” Dr. Reddick explains.

“Because we treat disease processes in every system in the body, we interact constantly with referring and collaborating physicians from every specialty.”

Dr. Reddick has a particular interest in taking care of patients who are battling cancer.

“I have great relationships with all my patients, but I really have a passion for helping cancer patients navigate what can be a very confusing and complex time in their lives.”