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Advice from Ultrasound Professors

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Ultrasound Schools Info reached out to several respected sonography professors, program directors, and instructors from across the country. In this article, they share their expert guidance and insight with us. Advice for Sonography Students Are you thinking about pursuing a career in medical imaging?  If so, you’ve picked a popular career in a growing field.  Keep reading

It was truly an honor to interview Joan P. Baker MSR, RDMS, RDCS, FSDMS. Originally from England, Baker was invited to the United States in the 1960s – due to her sonography passion and practice – and she’s been here ever since. Baker’s eclectic career as a clinical sonographer, educator, and now president of the Keep reading

The Beneficial Uses of Core Ultrasound

Heather Christensen is a Physician’s Assistant and graduate of Northeastern University

Heather Christensen, PA-C, CSS is a Physician’s Assistant and graduate of Northeastern University. In her practice, she uses ultrasound to teach individuals how to exercise properly in order to resolve or prevent problems in their back and other parts of their body’s core. Heather is the founder of UltrasoundCore.com and the creator of two Core Keep reading

Ultrasound Apps

Ultrasound apps

A music mix to keep you moving, a locater of apartments available to rent, an appointment reminder, a health monitoring system, a time manager, a fitness tracker and so many more…As the folks at Apple say, “There’s an app for that!” There are even ultrasound-related apps. Let’s take a look at a few. One Minute Keep reading

Melessa Cizik

Melessa Cizik has been an ultrasound tech for over 10 years with extensive experience performing general, OB/GYN, small parts and vascular ultrasound exams. Having graduated the top of her sonography class at Bergen Community College in Paramus, New Jersey, Cizik now offers ultrasound tutoring services online, using video, audio and whiteboard technologies. She helps individuals Keep reading

Portable medicine

If you’re at all interested in sonographic technology, you know there are numerous reports of  ultrasound devices becoming smaller, more portable and mobile. That’s not so different from the evolution of the computer, which originally took up the space of a whole room. Portable ultrasound technology is, naturally, extremely important—simply put, it extends the scope Keep reading

Sonography equipment

X-rays and ultrasounds are both examples of medical imaging procedures. (Other diagnostic imaging modalities exist too, like CT or CAT scans, MRIs, PET scans, among others.) Both ultrasound and X-ray technology tend to be readily or widely available, and relatively inexpensive compared to other modalities. So what is the difference between the two? Each imaging Keep reading

Tom Whelan

In Part 1 of our interview with diagnostic medical sonographer, echocardiographer and vascular technologist,  Tom Whelan (RDMS, RDCS, RVT, FASE), we learned how he started his sonography career over three decades ago and how he has been a pioneer in the field.  In this second part, he shares some of his professional highlights as well Keep reading

Imaging Speech

Up until recently, those studying speech really only had static, inanimate images at their disposal to study how the tongue and other internal structures move to make certain sounds. Now, thanks to a collaborative project by five Scottish universities, linguists, phoneticians, speech therapists, researchers, healthcare professionals, second language learners—even actors wanting to master a particular Keep reading