Medical Imaging Resources

Equipment room drawings and their uses

Jennifer Hutchison

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When a customer begins purchasing x-ray equipment, there's a lot of different things that need to be done to the room to make it x-ray ready. We provide customers with an equipment room drawing, which is essentially architectural plans which outlines where the equipment needs to be, where the electrical needs to be installed, where internet needs to be installed, as well as the orientation of the room.

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Where to buy x-ray shielding

Jennifer Hutchison

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X-ray machines are used in many industries, but the high levels of radiation they emit mean that shielding is necessary for anyone who might be exposed to them. Lead is used to line the walls, doors, windows and even ceilings and floors of x-ray rooms as it absorbs radiation. In this blog post we will discuss the lead shielding materials required in an x-ray room and where you can buy them.

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5 Things to Consider When Buying Used Digital X-ray Systems

Jennifer Hutchison

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If you're looking to purchase used x-ray systems, there are many factors that need to be taken into account. While a new system usually has a 5 year warranty that comes with advantages, buying a used digital x-ray system can be a great way to save money on the purchase of an expensive machine. It is important, however, that you consider all factors before making the decision to buy used. In this post we will discuss 5 things that you should think about when considering used digital x-rays systems and what they could mean for your hospital.

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Comparison - Traditional Straight-Arm and CDR X-Ray Systems

Jennifer Hutchison

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The chiropractic profession is one that is always looking for ways to improve patient care. One way chiropractors have done this in the past, and continue to do so today, is through x-ray systems such as traditional straight-arm systems. But how do they compare to CDR systems?

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What are the table options for digital x-ray systems?

Jennifer Hutchison

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The decision of which style of x-ray table to purchase is integral to setting up or upgrading your x-ray business. This decision should be based on factors beyond just price. Choosing an x-ray table to suit your needs is important as it contributes to your day to day workflow as well as ensuring the equipment is safe for you and your patients. We'll explore four different types of tables that you should know about before making your decision: mobile x-ray table, stationary table, four-way float top table, four-way float top elevating table.

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Mobile X-Ray Systems: Pros, Cons, and Costs

Jennifer Hutchison

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Choosing an x-ray system can be a complicated decision with many types of x-rays and x-ray systems to choose from. You might not think of mobile x-ray systems as a major purchase for your practice, but they can make all the difference in terms of portability and space saving. Whether you are just starting out or have been practicing for decades, we'll explore mobile x-ray systems to help you decide if it's time to invest in this technology.

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CDR Straight-Arm X-Ray: A Low Profile Solution

Jennifer Hutchison

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The CDR straight-arm x-ray system is a new advanced system that was released in 2021, designed specifically for chiropractic care. This system is smaller and more compact than the traditional straight-arm, which makes it ideal for chiropractors with limited space. The CDR comes with many features and few downsides, so if you are looking for an easy to use system that will fit virtually anywhere then this just might be your solution!

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17 X 17 TETHERED DR PANEL INSTALL GUIDE

Matt Parker

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This article will cover how to install a 14 x 17 DR panel into a Chiropractic X-ray room. 

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Why X-Ray Imaging is Crucial for Chiropractors

Jennifer Hutchison

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It's crucial for chiropractors to utilize the suite of tools available to them to provide their patients with the best treatment. Chiropractors are trained in radiology and radiography as part of their education and radiographic imaging (x-ray) is an essential part of diagnosis and treatment of spine and postural issues. X-ray can be used by chiropractors either in a chiropractic office or through referral and helps eliminate guesswork by allowing chiropractors to understand the true alignment of the spine and plan treatment accordingly.

A range of different pains, functional impairments and muscle weaknesses can be alleviated with chiropractic realignment of the spine. These impairments may be due to stresses and strains on the various components of the spine including bones, muscles, ligaments, and discs.

Contemporary chiropractic approaches to spinal rehabilitation that use x-ray imaging have demonstrated superiority over other treatments. Alternate diagnostic methods are often indirect and don’t reveal the true source of the patient’s pain or discomfort. This could result in misdiagnosis, inappropriate treatment and a detrimental outcome for the patient.

Radiography reveals the true condition of the spine and has the ability to show chiropractors exactly what is happening inside the body in terms of skeletal structure and alignment. This remarkable imaging technique provides guidance to the chiropractor for how to manually manipulate the skeletal components. Not only does x-ray provide detailed images of the skeletal system, it can also show the presence of scar tissue or arthritis. Both of these conditions require consideration when developing a treatment plan.

Chiropractors can use x-ray for a range of purposes including:

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