Radiology of Indiana Races for the Cure

Radiology of Indiana participated in Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure. Unfortunately due to the weather, the race was canceled. Even with the race being cancelled, we still raised $782 on site! Thanks to everyone who helped out despite the weather.

Preparing for a CT Scan

Have an upcoming CT scan and not sure what to expect? CT stands for computed tomography, it is an imaging technique that can show anatomy at different levels within the body. CT scans can diagnose many conditions, head scans can be used to check for tumors or blood clots, body scans can help determine whether […]

About Back Pain

What Are The Different Types of Back Pain? Back pain can be divided into two types: Central (axial) pain and Peripheral (radicular/radiating) extremity pain. Many patients have both types. What Causes Back Pain? Back pain can have several causes. However the most common cause of back pain is age. Other lifestyle choices can also result […]

Menopause and Fibroids: Should I Wait to Treat My Fibroids?

Many women who suffer from uterine fibroids—noncancerous tumors that grow in or on the muscle walls of the uterus—put off treatment because they are approaching menopause. While fibroids have been shown to shrink after “The Change,” this is not always the case. Fibroids grow in part due to the amount of estrogen in a woman’s […]

Bicycling: An Exercise Option For Lower Back Pain

Bicycling is a popular form of exercise and is a good option for people who have problems with low back pain. Biking is less jarring to the spine than many other forms of exercise, such as running or aerobics. Stationary bicycling is particularly gentle on the spine, and spinning classes can be a good workout […]

What Causes Varicose Veins During Pregnancy?

So…you’re expecting a little bundle of joy! Congratulations! But, what you might not have expected were little bundles of veins—varicose veins—popping up all over your legs. Along with pregnancy, unfortunately, comes an increased risk of varicosities. Read on to learn more about how expecting a baby and this unsightly, and sometimes painful, side effect often […]

Fibroid Types and Symptoms

Fibroids are non-cancerous (benign) tumors that grow from the muscle layers of the uterus and affect at least 20 percent of women sometime during their lifetime. Depending on their size and location, fibroids may cause no symptoms at all or a variety of complications. There are four primary types of uterine fibroids, classified by location: […]

Tips for Avoiding Back Pain While Gardening

A beautiful, warm spring day is perfect for heading outside to tend to your yard and garden. After a long winter, it feels great to be out sprucing up the landscaping or planting flowers. Unfortunately, though, many of us might not feel quite so great the next morning, as an entire day of yard work […]

Compression Therapy in Sports: Can Compression Up Your Game?

Doctors often recommend compression therapy for patients with Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI)—a condition where the valves in the leg veins are not working efficiently enough to pump blood back to the heart. Medical compression therapy includes garments or devices that provide compression to a particular body region. For example, for the treatment of CVI, a […]

Fibroids and Infertility: Is There a Connection?

While uterine fibroids are more common as a woman ages, approximately 20-30 percent of women of childbearing age are affected. These noncancerous tumors of muscle tissue in the uterus can cause back pain, abdominal pressure, urinary frequency, and heavy, painful, prolonged periods. Reproductive problems, such as infertility, can also be caused by uterine fibroids. Are […]