Learn more about treatment options for pelvic venous insufficiency (PVI) in Casper, Wy.
Dr. Charles Bowkley urges others to get involved and find what excites them to go to work each and every day in an article with ACR Bulletin.
Do you know what the folks in brown scrubs do on a regular basis? Click here to learn more about our Interventional Radiology (IR) team!
After searching for relief for a swollen, painful leg Kristy Larson was eventually referred to Dr. Charles W. Bowkley, who quickly diagnosed a dangerous blood clot in her leg that could result in the loss of her leg if not treated. Read here for more!
Read about our very own Dr. McGinley, who was featured in Runner’s World Magazine! Dr. McGinley will be featured in the March 2017 issue- see the full article here.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and new medical technology at Casper Medical Imaging is changing the early detection and diagnosis process for the disease. Digital tomosynthesis is a fairly new diagnostic procedure in breast cancer screening. Multiple x-ray images are taken during an exam using equipment that is similar to the machine used for
National Health Education Week is Oct. 19-23 and strives to bring national attention to the important role health education plays in the general well-being of the public. This year the Society for Public Health Education, who sponsors the week of awareness, is focused on how far public health education has come, the people who continually
QUESTION: Am I a good candidate? ANSWER: Good candidates have noticeable bulges in certain areas they’d like to get rid of. The CoolSculpting fat reduction procedure is specifically designed for those who have unwanted fat that resists diet and exercise. Unlike gastric bypass surgery, the CoolSculpting procedure is not a weight loss solution for people
For decades, a visit to a radiologist meant sitting still for an x-ray performed by a technician and interpreted by a radiologist. Technological advancements in radiology have broadened the field of radiology. Patients can be referred to a radiologist for a myriad of issues ranging from possible broken bones to digestive issues to the presence