Category Archives: Health & Wellness

Preventing Traumatic Brain Injuries

Do you remember when you were a child and your parents would constantly warn you to wear a helmet if you went bike riding? Or when your coach would insist you wear your helmet for baseball and football practice? While at the time it may have felt as though they were being overprotective, the truth… Read More »

7 Steps To A Healthier Heart

Are there things you can be doing to have a healthier heart? This question is probably one you don’t think of on a daily basis, but it’s an important one to consider. When something happens such as a heart attack, stroke, or even just chest pains, and you find yourself having chest x-rays and ultrasounds… Read More »

What You Should Know About the Thyroid

At some point, you may have heard the phrases underactive thyroid, overactive thyroid, Hypothyroidism, Hyperthyroidism, etc… and wondered what they meant. January is Thyroid Awareness Month and in honor of that, we’re going to dive deep into this butterfly-shaped endocrine gland and what you should know about it.   As the U.S. National Library of Medicine… Read More »

How to Increase Your Lung Capacity

Learn How to Increase Your Lung Capacity This Lung Cancer Awareness Month November is here again, and with it comes Lung Cancer Awareness month. While many people are thinking about Thanksgiving dinners and preparing for travel and family gatherings, millions of people are thinking about lung diseases and ailments that are affecting them. Some are… Read More »

The Difference Between Radiculopathy and Neuropathy

An interesting thing happens sometimes when patients come in to GO Imaging for diagnostic testing. They receive a diagnosis and have no idea what it means. It’s understandable for there to be confusion or questions when medical jargon is used. For example, two common findings for patients coming in for MRIs of their spine are… Read More »

Falls Prevention Awareness Day

Did you know that September 23 is Fall Prevention Awareness Day? Though our facilities provide diagnostic imaging services after any injuries, we’re all about education and preventing common injuries when possible. With this in mind, we wanted to explore the most common causes of falls, injuries that can occur as a result of falls, and… Read More »

7 Drug-Free Ways to Combat Pain

Most of the patients we see here at GO Imaging have one symptom in common – pain. Pain can be one of the most debilitating symptoms that wreaks havoc on daily life. September has been declared Pain Awareness Month, and this month, we want to help raise public awareness of a serious issue related to… Read More »

9 Ways To Improve Your Digestive Health

When it comes to your digestive health, you want everything to run smoothly. The food and beverages you consume as well as your lifestyle can have a direct impact on how your body digests what you put into it. While most people know that drinking plenty of water, adding fiber to your diet, and regular… Read More »

6 Surprisingly Common Eye Issues In Children

August is Children’s Eye Health & Safety Month, and as many children prepare to go back to school, one of the things that often comes up during this month is the question of whether or not to have your children get an eye exam. Of course, regardless of when you’re reading this article, eye health… Read More »

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GO Imaging - Womens Center Kingwood

23818 US-59,
Kingwood, TX 77339
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