Dr. Allaei is a native of sunny San Diego, California. He earned his undergraduate degree in Biochemisty and Cell biology at the University of California, San Diego. After graduating Summa Cum Laude he pursued research in breast cancer after which he earned his Doctorate of Medicine from the State University of New York. Prior to the start of residency Dr. Allaei practiced as a general doctor gaining experience with a variety of surgeons in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. He subsequently completed residency training in New York followed by Fellowship at the prestigious Mallinckrodt Institution at Washington University/Barnes-Jewish Medical Center in Vascular and Interventional Radiology.
As a vascular and image guided specialist, Dr. Allaei has extensive experience in all facets of minimally invasive procedures including peripheral arterial disease, varicose veins, kyphoplasty, chemoembolization, Y90 radioembolization, percutaneous tumor ablation, uterine fibroids, prostatic hypertrophy and many others. Being board certified in diagnostic imaging with an additional certification in interventional treatments patients can rest assured that they are receiving the most advanced care and attention to detail.
Dr. Allaei has special interest in vascular and embolization procedures because of its significant impact on relieving patient symptoms and preventing surgery. Having performed over 5,000 image guided procedures patients receive top care in expert hands. Dr. Allaei is dedicated, highly qualified and has successfully performed numerous embolization procedures in many different organs. In addition, he has extensive experience in complex vascularization procedures improving pain, swelling, and wound healing, preventing amputation.
While Dr Allaei’s skills, judgment and ability to visualize the end result sets him apart from other medical practitioners, it’s his youthful instincts, personalized care, and foremost concern for safety, comfort and honesty that characterizes his basic approach to delivering advanced medicine to his patients.