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Bleeding Disorders 101

What You Need to Know This National Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month March is National Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month, and believe it or not, bleeding disorders impact more than three million Americans. It may seem as though every month is a national awareness month for something, and it’s easy to gloss over it and dismiss it… Read More »


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7 Facts About Multiple Sclerosis You May Not Know

One area of life that the phrase “ignorance is bliss” is completely false is your health. The more we can learn, the more we can prepare for. If you are dealing with a health issue like multiple sclerosis, knowledge is your friend. Multiple Sclerosis is a disease where the immune system eats away the protective… Read More »


5 Tips For a Healthier Heart

Two of the procedures that our patients sometimes come in for, are a CT coronary angiogram and a cardiac MRI. A computerized tomography (CT) coronary angiogram is an imaging test that allows your doctor to look at the arteries supplying blood to your heart. When you have this test, it provides a 2-dimensional image that… Read More »


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Natural Remedies for Low Back Pain

One of the more frustrating ailments plaguing people today is lower back pain. Blame it on our sedentary lifestyle, or blame it on the fact we don’t get enough physical exercise. In fact, you could blame low back pain on a number of things. Regardless of the cause, it’s a frequent issue that brings many… Read More »


We Proudly Support the Houston Half Marathon!

GO Imaging is proud to co-sponsor the October 28 Houston Half Marathon! We’re so excited for the upcoming event, that we wanted to offer some of our best tips for staying healthy before, during and after any race. Before Race Day If you’re reading this the day before the race, the main things you can… Read More »



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Concussions and MRIs

Concussions are relatively common types of injuries. They occur on the courts of high-schools and colleges, and they occur just about every Sunday during football season. A concussion occurs when there is some type of force to the head, such as hitting the ground during a tackle. Generally, concussions are likened to a bruise on… Read More »


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Three Methods of Screening for Stroke Risk

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as many as 800,000 Americans experience some stroke each year. A large majority of incidents are first-time patients. Furthermore, approximately 130,000 deaths each year, and even more disabilities are attributed to stroke. Most strokes that occur relate to a narrowing or blockage in blood vessels either… Read More »


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Pediatric MRI: Let’s Talk about Safety

One of the aspects of being a parent is that we naturally want to shield our children from risks, whether they may be necessary or not. An example of what may feel like a necessary risk is a necessity for pediatric MRI, PET scan, CT, or even X-rays. If your child’s pediatrician has suggested any… Read More »



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