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September is National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month

Spinal cord injuries are caused by sports and vehicular accidents that can often be prevented with awareness and training According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC), there are over 17,000 cases of spinal cord injuries in the United States every year. Overall, the total number of people living with some level of […]

July is Summer Safety Awareness

Summer is a time to be happy, enjoy the sun and above all, do it together as family—but we must be aware of the seasonal threats to our health and safety What’s not to like about Summer? It’s warm weather, mostly sunny days and of course, a thousand reasons to spend time outside. However, there […]

June is National Safety Awareness

June is National Safety Awareness Playing it safe is not just a cliché expression—it is a way of life that can reduce your chances of ending up in an Emergency Room At MyMRI, we want you to live a healthy life. After all, that’s makes you live a safe and fulfilling life. In the month […]

April is National Youth Sports Safety Awareness

Spring is here and that means you can’t let your guard down to ensure you can prevent youth sports injuries Springtime is a time when children finally get to play outside as temperatures warm up and everyone gets to enjoy longer days than in the winter. Consequently, as more sports and outdoors activities spike during […]

March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) affects over 2.5 million children and adults in the US, while almost one million more are affected by Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) During the month of March, Americans need to be conscious of the safety precautions, research and treatment options for brain injuries (both TBI and ABI). Sports play a major […]

Creating Awareness for Heart Disease is Everyone’s Job

February is the designated American Heart Disease Awareness Month Heart disease is an indiscriminate assassin in our society. In fact, it ranks number one in leading causes for death in the United States. The culprit goes beyond unhealthy diets and genetical predisposition. The busy lifestyle of many individuals and their families often leads to stagnant […]

January is CTE Awareness Month

CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy) is a condition endured by many athletes and individuals who have suffered accidental brain trauma–including concussions As the New Year 2018 starts, a number of us have made resolutions to live a better life, both at work and in our personal lives. Living a healthier life is often one of the […]