Picture-Perfect FitnessNew Body Composition Test Shows Fat, Muscle, Bone
Now a few months into 2012, many of us are deep into that New Year’s resolution to get fit. While the numbers on the scale may be dropping, a new service at Inland Imaging can help you see how your body is really shaping up.
Shouldering the PainSufferers of shoulder pain have non-surgical option for relief
For many, calcific tendonitis, the build up of calcium deposits on a tendon, can be a royal pain in—well—the shoulder. The condition, which affects the tendons of the rotator cuff, is one of the most common causes of chronic shoulder pain. While severe cases previously required surgery and weeks of recovery time, sufferers now have a less-invasive option for relief.
MRI has Pivotal Role in Study of Back Therapy
MRI—or magnetic resonance imaging—has long been an important tool in the diagnosis and treatment of spinal problems. Now the technology’s crystal-clear imaging capabilities are helping a group of Spokane physicians—including a team of Inland Imaging neuroradiologists—to investigate a potentially groundbreaking therapy for lower-back pain.