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Ultrasound Technology Advances into AI

July 16, 2020

Originally developed to detect flaws and damage in ship hulls, ultrasound was first used as a diagnostic tool by an obstetrician in Glasgow in 1956. That same year, the first artificial intelligence (AI) symposium convened at Dartmouth College. It may have taken some time, but these seemingly unrelated developments are finally converging with the first […]

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Five Features That Make the Difference in Chiropractic Tables

July 2, 2020

However, we’re also well aware that the old adage, “You get what you pay for,” is amply apparent in your chiropractic office. Of all the medical equipment in your examination room, few things—save for the chiropractor’s experience and care—are as important as a high-quality chiropractic table. Width and Firmness Firm cushions offer support and make […]

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ACL Tear Treatment: Not One Size Fits All Diagnoses

June 26, 2020

The anterior cruciate ligament is 1 of 4 ligaments in your knee. When it’s over-stretched, or if it tears, the resultant injury can be excruciatingly painful. Although women are statistically more likely to suffer an ACL injury, they can happen to anyone at practically any time; as more kids take up organized sports, and as […]

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Repair or Replace Clinical Equipment? Hire a Professional to Find Out!

June 12, 2020

Your practice is well-respected in your community. That’s understandable, since you’re the first place people turn to when something goes wrong. But where do you turn when you’re the one who needs help? We don’t just mean life’s aches and pains; we mean the pain points of your practice, not least of which is the […]

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Five Radiology Tips for Veterinarians

May 15, 2020

Radiology fulfills a number of functions in veterinary practice. Beyond the obvious uses of diagnostic imaging equipment, it’s useful to remember that X-rays are an important profit center in many practices. That is, of course, contingent on getting it right; radiographic faults, as the industry resource Vet Times reminds us, can be a source of […]

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MRI May Prevent Alzheimer’s Misdiagnosis in Seniors

May 1, 2020

There is no cure for Alzheimer’s, but there is still reason for hope. Early intervention, even with the frustratingly limited treatments currently available, can slow disease progression and thereby extend quality of life for those with the disease. However, that intervention isn’t possible without an early and accurate diagnosis, which can be difficult in neurological […]

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Software & Tools to Integrate in Your Chiropractor Practice

April 15, 2020

We know that chiropractic care  addresses more than spinal health; it helps patients with their physical, mental, and emotional well-being too. Similarly, Great Lakes Imaging addresses more than chiropractic offices’ imaging needs. We are a comprehensive chiropractic supply company, offering a range of software and other tools that let you stop worrying about equipment so […]

How to Choose an X-Ray Machine For Your Healthcare Office

April 1, 2020

The ability to conduct x-rays in-house provides a number of benefits for healthcare practices. There are no wait times for third-party imaging, results can be evaluated faster, and the quality of patient care is improved. But choosing the correct medical imaging equipment is vital. Great Lakes Imaging has the following suggestions to help your medical […]

HIPPA security rules

February 7, 2020

Great Lakes Imaging would like to inform you of the new HIPPA security rules: The HIPAA Security Rule (45 C.F.R. § 164.308 (a)(5)(ii)(B) requires that all software used by Covered Entities and Business Associates be kept current and up to date with updates from the software vendor. If a vendor no longer supports a software program, it […]