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CDI in Northwest St. Cloud offers monthly evening events where you and a friend can get your annual mammograms.
Did you know that there is a simple test that can tell you if you have weak bones or osteoporosis before you break a bone? If you are a woman age 65 or older, or a man age 70 or older, this test could pertain to you.
If you suffer from claustrophobia then the idea of an MRI might be overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be. Finding a "real" High-field Open MRI may be the answer.
Among athletes, the drive to compete is normal and injuries that delay training aren't easy to endure. Athletes who hope to speed up the healing process could consider Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections. This procedure is used for anyone from professional athletes to weekend warriors who have tendon or ligament issues.
Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI) recently invested in updating its outpatient center in Seattle. Take a look inside.
From focusing on the finish line to putting a smile on your face, Dr. Todd Farchione of Boston University’s Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders shares real steps to conquering your fear of an MRI.
Artists from the “Artists by the Lake” club at the Lakeview Recreation Center in Sun City, AZ paint a stunning wall mural to improve the patient experience in the mammography suite at Insight Imaging - West Thunderbird.
Early detection is the key to saving lives. That’s the mantra Dr. Timothy Blackwelder repeats day after day to his patients. He’s a diagnostic radiologist specializing in breast cancer. Center for Diagnostic Imaging in Federal Way and Lakewood, WA is now partnering with Dr. Blackwelder’s team at the Breast Diagnostic Center to provide patients with breast MRIs.
When it comes to breast care, getting the right test at the right time for early diagnosis is critical. CDI now offers Breast MRI services at outpatient centers in the South Sound.
Athletes are so determined to get back in the game after they are injured. Here's how they often approach treatment and what doctors have to say about it.