Looks like you're using an old version of Internet Explorer. Please update your browser or switch to Chrome or Firefox to view WakeRad.com.

Make the Mammogram Pledge! Complete the online form or tag friends with a Mammogram Pledge on
Facebook using #WakeRadMammo!

This enters you to win an  Apple Watch as we celebrate breast cancer awareness at Race for the Cure.
The contest will run till Mother’s Day (May 12, 2019).
The winner will be announced on Monday, May 13, 2019.

GET CONNECTED!

At Wake Radiology, we are connected to our patients, providers, and community. Connect with us and receive the latest news via email, facebook, and twitter!

CONNECT WITH US

Subject: MRI Studies

Choosing Between CT and MRI
Need Not Cause Headaches
Philip Saba, MD
1 hr 4 minutes

Can an MRI Help Diagnose and Treat Arthritis Pain?

In the United States alone, it’s estimated that nearly 46 million Americans have some form of arthritis. Unfortunately, the likelihood of developing this chronic condition increases with age. Imaging technologies, particularly MRI, can play an important role not only in diagnosing arthritis, but in assisting with monitoring treatments and pain-relieving therapies. Learn more…


Why Do I Need a Knee MRI?

Knee pain can keep you from activities you enjoy. Dr. William Vanarthos explains how a knee MRI offers the best method for determining if the soft tissues or bone have been compromised. Learn more…


What does a MRI of the hip show?

Hip pain can stem from many causes including problems with a patient’s bony structures as well as in their soft tissues. A correct diagnosis is critical to ensuring that the best possible treatment plan is chosen. Wake Radiology’s Dr. Nik Wasudev explains the benefits of a hip MRI and how it can help determine the cause of pain. Learn more…


No Way Can I Get Into That MRI Tube!

G. Glenn Coates, MS, MD • Many patients express anxiety over the thought of having an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) examination. When their physician recommends the examination, they say “No way! I can’t get into that MRI TUBE!” Learn more…


Pin It on Pinterest