The Benefit Of Having An On-Site Radiologist

The Benefit Of Having An On-Site Radiologist

Numerous factors play a role in helping you decide on where to undergo an imaging test. Whether it’s the pricing, location, or services offered, there are many things to consider before undergoing an MRI. When considering your options, consider the staff and radiologists.

Kerrville Imaging varies from other centers because we have on-site radiologists that provide personalized care on the spot. No need to wait for results when you can meet with one of our four radiologists after your MRI scan. Here are a few ways you can benefit from visiting an on-site radiologist for your imaging needs.

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Historic Women In Medicine

Historic Women In Medicine

During the month of September, influential women in medicine are being honored the impact they’ve made on the medical work. Our very own female radiologist, Simone M. Bridges, is an important part of our Kerrville staff. Similarly, to Dr. Bridges, women have been making their mark on the field of medicine and history. To commemorate Women in Medicine Month, here are four amazing women that have positively impacted science and medicine as a whole.

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What To Ask Your Doctor Before You Get An MRI

What To Ask Your Doctor Before You Get An MRI

Before undergoing an MRI, you may have many questions and concerns. This medical test is an important imaging tool for radiologists, but it can be intimidating for first-time patients. Our four board-certified radiologists are here to support you through your Open MRI to ensure you have a positive experience. We've answered the most common MRI questions and are here to give you a piece of mind. 

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How To Prepare For An MRI

How To Prepare For An MRI

Your doctor suggests an MRI, you book your appointment, and ready to undergo this common diagnostic imaging scan. But how do you prepare for this procedure? This noninvasive scan is painless and doesn't require much preparation. We've provided a run down about how the day of your Open MRI will go and how you can prepare yourself ahead of time.  

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Becoming A Radiologist: How Did Your Doctor Get Here?

Becoming A Radiologist: How Did Your Doctor Get Here?

Doctors play an important role in the medical world and this is no exception in diagnostic imaging. Our four radiologists are dedicated to providing the best imaging care to our patients from their years of experience and schooling. Let's take a moment to meet our local Kerrville Imaging radiologists. 

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Why We Love Kerrville Texas

Why We Love Kerrville Texas

As you can tell by our name, we love Kerrville, Texas.  We love being able to serve our local community through Open MRI imaging.  Kerrville is home not only to Kerrville Imaging, our quaint town is home to some of the most scenic Texas Hill Country along the Guadalupe River.  Here’s just a few of our favorite places in Kerrville that locals and tourists love.

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Why Is Radiation Exposure Harmful?

Why Is Radiation Exposure Harmful?

Many people have heard of radiation but not all of us understand the potential harm that is associated with it. And while we know that radiation is potentially harmful, the effects aren't always seen and as dangerous as they seem. If you're concerned about radiation and where its found, we are here to tell you more about the dangers of radiation and how they can be a safe if you're undergoing a procedure that emits radiation. 

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5 Signs Your Radiologist Is Bad To The Bone

5 Signs Your Radiologist Is Bad To The Bone

 The search for the best doctor to fit your needs and requirements can be difficult, especially when the options seem endless. Your search for the best radiologists to perform your scan can be confusing when almost every center claims to have the best in the business. While you set out on your search for the best radiologist, look for these signs to ensure your radiologists is bad to the bone.

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MRI’s Role In Detecting Elder Abuse

MRI’s Role In Detecting Elder Abuse

While MRI’s play an important role in diagnosing various issues and concerns, MRIs also reveal important information for researchers and scientists. A study published by the American Journal of Roentgenology has shown that radiologists have an important part in identifying elder abuse. 

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