Cognitive impairment after traumatic brain injury linked to brain connectivity disruptions

Diagnostic Imaging Services shares a news report that says cognitive impairment following a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is common, often adversely affecting quality of life for those 1.7 million Americans who experience a TBI each year. A study recently published in the Journal of International Neuropsychological Society found that individuals who are at least six months post-injury exhibit between-network, long-range … Read More

DIS hosts CereScan open house

Dr. Gregory Hipskind, M.D. conducted an educational and clinical discussion regarding brain SPECT imaging completed at DIS, and analyzed by both DIS radiologists and Dr. Hipskind at CereScan. CereScan is CereScan is one of the country’s leading providers of SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography) brain imaging for patients and physicians. Unlike an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) or a CT … Read More

A sophisticated new diagnostic process to help people who are suffering from the effects of brain-based disorders

Considered perhaps the most complex component of the human body often misdiagnosed and mistreated, Diagnostic Imaging Services (DIS) has become only the third center in the United States to offer a state-of-the-art brain study designed to provide a clearer picture of disorders from traumatic brain injury to clinical depression. In partnering with CereScan®, a Denver, CO based provider of Single … Read More

Major General Gale Pollock joins CereScan’s medical advisory board

CereScan Corp., the leading diagnostic brain imaging company specializing in the use of functional brain imaging to assist doctors in the detection and diagnosis of complex conditions such as Traumatic Brain Injury, has added Major General Gale S. Pollock (retired) to its Medical Advisory Board. General Pollock will use her extensive experience and military leadership to provide CereScan with acute … Read More

I tried to commit suicide

This is the start of a quote from an expose done by a Colorado television station this month. It comes from an NFL alumnus who played tight end for the Denver Broncos. His name: Jeb Putzier. 6’6” 255 lbs during his playing days. Now he says, “…losing my family and my kids going away with my ex-wife…that was really the … Read More