Jack Berry, RT, of Pacific Imaging Center attended the Washington State Chiropractic Association’s 2010 Spring Conference at Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Washington, on April 16-18.
Bruce Blackstone, MD, of Longview Orthopedic Associates (LOA) was among 500 surgeons who attended the fall meeting of the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA) in Palm Desert, California, in mid-November.
Pacific Imaging Center (PIC) recently hosted a presentation titled “A Sports Medicine Approach to MRI of the Spine” by Dr. Jay Kaiser, founder of National Orthopedic Imaging Associates. Nearly two dozen area chiropractors and physicians attended the event at Pacific Surgical Institute in Longview on March 12th.
Dr. Jay Kaiser President of NSIA/NOIA explains axial loading of the lumbar spine using high field MRI at Pacific Imaging Center.
Jack Berry of Pacific Imaging Center joined nearly 300 other mountain bikers for four days of riding last month near Oakridge, Oregon. Mountain Bike Oregon, which ran from July 16-19, drew bikers from around the nation and several from overseas.
A slightly different version of the story below is featured in the current issue of Plexus, the award-winning magazine of the Washington State Chiropractic Association.
PRP – Psoas Relaxed Position, meaning patient is imaged in the supine position (face up) without weight /no compression being added.
Pacific Imaging Center (PIC) of Longview was recently awarded a three-year accreditation by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The evaluation was conducted by board certified physicians and medical physicists who specialize in radiology.
Jack Berry, RT – Director of MRI Services at Pacific Imaging Center – attended a training seminar in Las Vegas from July 21 through July 24.