Category: Patients

How to Read an Imaging Scan Prescription

Your imaging prescription will tell you the scan type your referring physician has prescribed and the time and location of your imaging scan. The last two are very important for you to know in order to make or reschedule your appointment. If your doctor has not assigned you to an imaging center, or if you would like to adjust the details of your scan, such as the time and location you would like to be seen at, please visit us at Medmo.com to schedule an appointment.

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Pediatric Imaging During COVID-19

Pediatric cases of COVID-19 are increasing across the nation. Due to the contagious nature of the disease, for children receiving imaging during or with COVID-19, […]

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What Does a Head MRI Do?

Head MRIs can detect brain tumors, traumatic brain injury, developmental anomalies, multiple sclerosis, stroke, dementia, infection, and the causes of headache.

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Why You Need Regular Check-ups

Regular check-ups ensure that you save a considerable amount of money in the long term. This is because regular health check-ups decline the risk of potential health ailments that can turn out to be dangerous.

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Tips for Choosing a New PCP

A primary care physician (PCP), or primary care practitioner, is a healthcare professional who practices general medicine. PCPs are our first stop for medical care […]

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What Are the Different Kinds of PCPs?

PCPs are often our first stop for medical care and provide essential services such as annual checkups and coordinating medical treatment with various specialists.

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What PCP Closures Means for Imaging

In rural areas, scheduling screenings of any kind requires the patient to arrange appointments, travel, and likely request time off work.

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What to Do When: Your Deductible Resets

Each new year, your health insurance deductibles reset. While every insurance policy is different, most commercial policies renew on January 1st. This means that you […]

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Tips for Pediatric MRIs

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an imaging technique that uses a powerful magnet and radio waves to produce unparalleled images of internal body structures – […]

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