FACTS: Injuries, X-Rays, CT Scans, MRIs

For injuries, what is the best to diagnose: X-rays, CT scans or MRI’s?

 

 

If you have a severe injury or if you have something wrong and you’re not sure and it could be life threatening, you have to weigh the benefits against the side effects. The key is that you have to determine the cause of the problem.

The radiation in CAT scans is probably 100 times more than in X-rays. With X-rays though, the effect of radiation is cumulative so you definitely want to avoid it where possible, like at the dentist’s office.

They may say, “Oh, you’re getting as much radiation as if you’re out in the sun” – but since it is cumulative it can be a factor in us developing diseases down the road. Remember, dental x-rays have a 3 years cycle for diagnostic effectiveness.

MRIs are safer, but you’ve still got to be careful. Consult with somebody you trust and who understands this and is going to give you an objective evaluation based on what’s best for you and not what’s best for their pocket book.

Enjoy Your Healthy Journey!

 

 

Freddy

 

 

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Fred Bisci, author, “Your Healthy Journey”, Head of the Spartan Nutritional Advisory Council (SNAC), has successfully worked with amateur, elite, professional and extreme athletes. He has been a tenacious athlete completing eighteen marathons, two ultra-marathons. He also has a history as a Navy boxing champ, has successfully competed in Olympic-style weightlifting, and still, leads an athletic life. Fred, born 1929, has lived on 100% raw plant foods for over 50 years and is a lifestyle/longevity coach, food scientist; detox/fasting expert and clinical nutritionist. He offers a natural, simple, common sense approach by showing people a well-grounded experience to the healing power, peak athletic performance and remedial capabilities of the human body.

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