Barry Amos, DO, is an interventional radiologist fellowship-trained in cardiovascular and interventional radiology. He provides first-line treatments for a variety of medical conditions using image-guided catheters and minimally-invasive techniques that target health problems at their source. Procedures include arterial and venous interventions for cardiovascular disease and cancer treatments using chemo/radioembolization to shrink tumors. A graduate of St. Mary’s College of California, Dr. Amos earned his Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, CA, graduating with highest honors. He completed his internal medicine internship and diagnostic radiology residency at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, serving as chief resident his last year. He remained at Penn State to complete his fellowship in cardiovascular and interventional radiology. Throughout his medical education, Dr. Amos has received numerous honors, including the Residency Program Director’s award and Medical Student Education awards. Dr. Amos has conducted research on several minimally-invasive techniques including chemoembolization for treatment of hepatic tumors and image-guided treatments for gallbladder disease. A member of the Society of Interventional Radiology and the American College of Radiology, Dr. Amos and his wife, Rebecca, enjoy spending time with their two Dachshund’s, Daisy and Ginger, spending time outdoors, as well as cooking and food/wine tasting.
Interventional radiology is a special field of radiology that uses minimally invasive techniques, namely image-guided catheters threaded through the body, to diagnose and treat a broad range of health conditions.