March is Women’s History month and hosts International Women’s Day. It’s also Endometriosis awareness month, a disease that affects an estimated 200 million women worldwide, which translates to roughly 10% of reproductive age women and girls.1 Continued
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Although the cause of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is unknown ongoing research is moving forward at a remarkable pace and more potential therapies appear to be in the pipeline than ever before. Continued
As the New England Patriots place Stephen Gostkowski on the injured reserve due to a torn quadricep & Shayne Graham steps in as the #1 kicker, folks are asking what does a tear look like on an MRI? Continued
Virtual colonoscopy (VC) is an examination of the large intestine and rectum involving a CT scan after the introduction of gas into the colon. Another name for the procedure is CT colonography. Continued
Soccer, football and marathon training are in full swing and we are seeing an infux of patients with an injury to the hamstring. Continued