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  • Do you have symptoms of osteoporosis? Is getting a DEXA scan needed?

    Do you have symptoms of osteoporosis? Is getting a DEXA scan needed?

    The structure of your bones is always changing with new bone tissue being laid down and old bone tissue being resorbed by your body.

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  • Recent Advances in MRI Technology and how they benefit you

    Recent Advances in MRI Technology and how they benefit you

    The traditional MRI, although capable of producing more detailed images than an X-ray or CT scan, does have some drawbacks. You have to lie very still for a long time in a narrow tunnel-like space inside the MRI machine to obtain proper images.

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  • Can you see nerve damage in an MRI?

    Can you see nerve damage in an MRI?

    Neck or low back pain that radiates into your arms or legs is often a sign of impingement or pinching of a nerve as it emerges from your spinal cord. An MRI may be able help identify structural lesions that may be pressing against the nerve so the problem can be corrected before permanent nerve damage occurs.

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  • Will a CAT scan identify if I have had a Concussion?

    Will a CAT scan identify if I have had a Concussion?

    A concussion is a blow to the head or any other part of the body that causes a shaking or a twisting injury to the brain. It can be called a functional injury of the brain as it changes how the brain functions, but generally doesn't change how the brain appears. A CAT scan can help identify a structural injury to the brain, but not so much functional injuries. The reason why a CAT scan may be ordered is when an individual does not seem to be getting better after a concussive injury.

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  • Why Holding Off on Getting your MRI because of the Coronavirus may not be in Your Best Interest

    Why Holding Off on Getting your MRI because of the Coronavirus may not be in Your Best Interest

    During the initial spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, patients were advised to only visit the hospital for emergency services. But as it becomes apparent that the coronavirus will not be going away anytime soon, holding off on getting your MRI because of the coronavirus may not be in your best interest any longer.

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