As we are turning the corner in the Fredericksburg region from COVID-19, Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg is pleased to resume scheduled appointments at all six of our locations. On May 4th, Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg will reopen all of its facilities for scheduled appointments. In accordance with official guidance, we have modified our patient services to protect the health of the public and our staff,
Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) is pleased to announce its ranking among the Exemplary 80 in the 2019 group practice survey conducted by Radiology Business Journal (RBJ). This is the 12th annual recognition for Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg by Radiology Business Journal.
RBJ’s survey, previously known as the Radiology 100 survey, was changed to the Exemplary 80 in 2019’s survey,
You’re more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer than any other cancer (besides skin cancer). Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in women in the U.S.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Thanks to earlier detection and increased awareness, breast cancer mortality rates have been significantly reduced.
Turns out, it’s not an apple a day that keeps the doctor away. Rising healthcare costs is causing more and more Americans to delay scans or even forgo preventative screening prescribed by their physician.
According to the latest Consumer Expenditure Survey conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American spends more on healthcare than food.
Whether you have a PPO, HMO, or are self-pay, there are a few ways you can save money on your healthcare in 2019.
How do I make the most of my healthcare options?
When it comes to making the most of your healthcare options, there are three things that you can do to be a smart consumer: communicate,
Fredericksburg, VA, February 18th, 2019 – Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg (MIF) is now offering the latest technology in the early detection and localization of recurrent prostate cancer with the Axumin PET/CT Scan.
Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) tests remain the most common method for measuring prostate cancer recurrences; however, the standard follow-up body and bone scans are unable to detect the exact location until PSA counts reach excessively high levels.
How to Save Money without Sacrificing Your Care
Have you ever wondered why it’s simple to find the best deals, discounts, and quality in nearly everything except…your medical care? Patients are often faced with making difficult choices about their healthcare. At times, those choices may feel extremely limited and limiting.
The truth is,
What is a Radiologist? A Radiologist is a physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating illness and injury with medical imaging techniques. This includes ultrasounds, x-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), positron emission tomography (PET), and more. In addition to medical school, Radiologists must complete a residency of at least four years to gain postgraduate education specific to the field of radiology.
Often when people think of MRIs, they think of loud, alarming noises, claustrophobia, and long periods of stillness. But that doesn’t have to be the experience. Now, more hospitals and imaging centers are turning to open MRIs as a more comfortable and stress-free alternative to traditional MRIs. If you or a loved one has recently been prescribed an MRI,
Ultrasound technology is amazing. By using nothing but sound waves, it can create detailed images of the body’s structures and tissues in a completely non-invasive manner. It’s safe, painless, and radiation-free. So how does it work?
How does an ultrasound work?
According to the Radiological Society of North America,