Click here for more information on our visitor policy and safety guidance.

Cr Blog

Search Articles



A woman dry brushing her stretched-out leg

Navigating Varicose Veins During Pregnancy

February 28, 2024

About 4 in 10 women will develop varicose veins during pregnancy. Varicose veins are visibly bulging, twisted blood vessels that appear near the skin’s surface. […]

Read More
An imaging provider reviewing a series of scans

12 Conditions a Chest CT Scan or MRI Scan Can Help Your Doctor Diagnose

February 20, 2024

If you have unexplained symptoms in your chest or unexpected findings from a chest X-ray or another imaging study, your physician may order a chest […]

Read More
Radiologists practicing interventional radiology

Unlocking the Power of Interventional Radiology

February 13, 2024

The idea of needing a surgical procedure can feel scary for most patients. However, many conditions that once required traditional surgery can now be treated […]

Read More
A child undergoing an MRI scan, used to explain pediatric radiology

Pediatric Radiology: Fulfilling Children’s Unique Imaging Needs

January 29, 2024

When children face health issues like illnesses, sports injuries or potential broken bones, medical imaging becomes a crucial aspect of their care. Our younger patients’ […]

Read More
A photo of a man sleeping on his side, used to explain the best sleeping position for peripheral artery disease

Sleep Soundly: Best Sleeping Position for Peripheral Artery Disease

December 6, 2023

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a cardiovascular condition where blood flow is reduced due to narrowed arteries, the blood vessels that carry blood from the […]

Read More
A foot with veins is held by a gloved hand, used to explain chronic vein disease and how it is treated

Chronic Vein Disease: Causes and Treatments

November 29, 2023

If you have varicose veins, you might assume they’re just a cosmetic issue. However, these enlarged surface veins on your legs can indicate underlying dysfunction […]

Read More
A photograph of an MRI machine, used to explain how long an MRI scan takes

How Long Does an MRI Take? A Comprehensive Guide

November 15, 2023

If you’ve ever suffered from a shoulder, knee, back or other injury, you may be familiar with magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI. This type of […]

Read More
Young woman looking out an open window, used to explain breast cancer awareness

Breast Cancer in Young Women: Risk Factors and Early Detection

November 8, 2023

When you are in your 40s, you might think you’re too young to get breast cancer, especially if you don’t have a family history of […]

Read More
An imaging expert looking at scans of a knee, used to explain ACL and MCL injuries

Love Your Ligaments: Tips for Preventing ACL and MCL Injuries

November 1, 2023

Whether you’re an elite athlete or a recreational enthusiast, if you play football, soccer, baseball, softball or another sport involving running, jumping and changing direction […]

Read More
A technologist performing a mammogram on a woman with blond hair

Breast Cancer Stages and the Importance of Early Detection

October 20, 2023

One in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Given the prevalence of breast cancer, it is important for women to understand the […]

Read More
Two women sitting together on a couch with one woman's arm around the other's shoulders, used to explain BRCA gene testing

Understanding BRCA Gene Testing for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk

October 18, 2023

When it comes to cancer risk, genes can play a significant role. Women who carry BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutations have a significantly higher risk […]

Read More
An image of a person that may have venous disease having a treatment administered to them by a vein specialist

Beneath the Surface: Venous Disease Is More Than Cosmetic

September 29, 2023

Many people think of varicose veins as an unsightly but harmless condition. However, these surface-level issues often point to a concerning condition — venous disease, […]

Read More
Older woman holding the side of her forehead with her hand, used to explain reasons why someone may need a head CT

8 Conditions a Head CT Scan Can Assess or Reveal

September 20, 2023

If you have or may have a health condition that affects your brain or head, your doctor may order a computed tomography (or CT) scan. […]

Read More
Photograph of the Project PINK bus

Mobile Mammography: Bringing the Power of Early Detection to You

September 19, 2023

Sometimes, prioritizing breast health is easier said than done. Finding your reason for getting annual screening mammograms may seem simpler than finding time for the […]

Read More
Gentleman with a white beard and hair sitting with his arms crossed over one leg and looking off camera, used to explain enlarged prostate treatment

Enlarged Prostate Treatment: What Are Your Options?

September 6, 2023

Sleep interrupted by trips to the bathroom, sudden urges to urinate while working in the yard (or while enjoying a family dinner) and an inability […]

Read More

Ready to Schedule?

Make an Appointment