Ways to Stay Fit: How to Get Moving Again

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Have you been feeling sluggish lately? Feeling like you need to get moving again but not sure how to start? Zwanger-Pesiri has some tips on ways to stay fit that can help get you moving again! Our top New York radiology practice has been established for over 65 years and we know a thing or…

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4 Benefits of HeartFlow Coronary Imaging

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If you are looking for a more accurate way to diagnose coronary artery disease, HeartFlow® may be the answer. HeartFlow is a non-invasive coronary artery disease (CAD) test that uses images from a CT scan to create a 3D model of your heart. This test can help your doctor determine if you have coronary artery…

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4 Ways Heart Imaging Technology Can Help You

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If you’re like most people, you probably think of heart imaging technology as something that is used to diagnose heart problems. While this is certainly one of its many uses, radiology services in New York like Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology offer a wide range of heart imaging technologies that can help people in a variety of ways.…

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Men’s Health: Preventing a Heart Attack

Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of men in the U.S.? Roughly every 36 seconds someone dies from cardiovascular disease and every 40 seconds someone has a heart attack in the United States alone. While treating a heart attack has become less challenging over the years, preventing them can be…

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Osteoporosis: What Age Should I Start Worrying?

Osteoporosis means “porous bone,” and is condition in which bones become weak and brittle. Throughout our lives, our bodies absorb and replace bone tissue. With osteoporosis, new bone creation doesn’t keep up with old bone removal. A little fall or bump can cause a serious fracture. The most common type of fractures are of the…

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Sports Medicine: ACL Tear

What does the ACL do? The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is perhaps the most important ligament in the knee is the. It runs from the front of your shinbone (tibia) to the back of your thighbone (femur), and is no bigger than your little finger. The ACL has several functions including: provides stability to the…

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