Posts Tagged ‘Vital Imaging’

Vital Imaging CEO Sam Solakyan Announces DoD Research

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

vital imaging ceo announces researchVital Imaging CEO announces a research collaboration together with UCSD and the Navy Health Research Center. They have been conducting a study since 2011 to evaluate the effects of load bearing on the spine. The purpose of the study has been to gather preliminary data on how the assault pack can affect the spine of young Navy SEALs so alternate methods for the SEALs could be designed.

The results of this study have now been submitted for publication.

We are excited to announce that the success of the preliminary study has led to a second grant from the Department of Defense (DoD). The grant is designated to further evaluate the “Lumbar Spine Musculoskeletal Physiology and Biomechanics during Simulated Military Operations.” This is a 3 year grant that extends the previous work done with Vital Imaging and is currently set to start in September, 2013. Vital Imaging is proud to serve our men and women in uniform and is looking forward to participating in research that will improve their short and long term health issues.

Learn more at: www.vitalimaging.com

Sam Solakyan CEO of Vital Imaging Announce Remodeling of Locations

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

news7-revitalizationWe have begun a massive remodel at our locations to include a whole new look and feel. We know that patients are seeking MRI’s to diagnose the source of their discomfort. We want to provide a clean, comfortable and tranquil environment for our patients while they wait for their service. We are also making every effort to streamline the paperwork and minimalize wait time for patients by providing access to patient information forms online.

If your patients do not have access to the internet, they can fill out those forms in our office on their appointment day. Doctors are welcome to provide those as well for the ease of their patients. The link to these forms can be found at our website http://www.vitalimaging.com click on the doctors and patients tab and scroll down to PDF for Patients. We will be sending out invites to our referral sources for open houses as soon as renovations are complete.

We will also be happy to include anyone interested on our list for our upcoming lecture series presented by our very own Dr. Khan. For more information about events in your area, please send an email and be sure to include your geographic locale to me, Amee Gray and I will be sure you are included in the list for this informative series for you and your staff.

Vital Imaging Advances in Platelet Rich Plasma

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Vital Imaging Utilizing new PRP procedure

vital imaging prpPlatelet Rich Plasma Therapy…… hope for the hopeless and a promising scientific research that can ease the life of many……

Research has been ongoing for Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for years. It is fast becoming a very popular mode of treatment for patients with orthopedic injuries.

It’s a new procedure based on the idea of injecting people with their own blood. Centrifuging the blood to the extent that its mostly platelets that release substances or growth factors that help repair tissues. The treatment is being extended to many uses like treating muscle sprains , tendon pulls and tears, arthritis, bone fractures , surgical wounds etc etc. It is being successfully used to enhance surgical outcomes in maxillofacial, cosmetic, spine, orthopedic & podiatric surgery.

So far ultrasound studies before and after PRP has shown that tissue is healing. Vital Imaging is now participating in the study to help farther this research and show the healing tissue , pre & post PRP therapy via MR imaging and help answer , the unanswered.

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Vital Imaging Upgrades Technology

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

banner_homeWith this delicate economy, many companies have made huge cutbacks and sacrificed new purchases in order to keep their business afloat. Doing so has helped many businesses survive, but it has also hurt the quality of service given to customers. Vital Imaging, however, is committed to delivering first-class medical equipment along with groundbreaking technology services—that’s why we recently raised the bar in diagnostic imaging by upgrading existing technology and purchasing new equipment.

Vital Imaging is the nation’s forefront provider of radiology and orthopedic diagnostics. We strive to continuously raise the healthcare industry standard by making consistent improvements and significant upgrades to our equipment and technology advancements.

“Our first priority is to fund and continue independent research that forms our decisions, such as our current weight bearing MRI project with USCD and the U.S. Marines,” said CMO Dr. Sana Khan. “We are purchasing equipment that is consistent with the advances we have made with respect to our research.”

Vital Imaging is known for its state-of-the-art imaging centers. Some of our significant purchases include Dynawell® weight bearing devices, digital x-ray machines, and—our most recent purchase—ultrasound machines.

“Ultrasound technology is the spell-checker of radiology. Without making advances in this crucial area, you are potentially missing out on a vast amount of possibilities,” said CEO Sam Solakyan.

Vital Imaging’s instinctive ability to always be a step ahead has led the company to enjoy a competitive advantage in the medical technology industry. The successful imaging company is paving the way for further advancements in medical technology that will further benefit their present and future clients. Offering breakthrough technological efficiencies is just one key to Vital Imaging’s success.

Helping A Woman In Need

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Global Holdings sam solakyan philanthropyGlobal Holding’s CEO, Sam Solakyan, strives to give back to the community in any way he can. He knows how important it is to help those who have struggled to get by have an opportunity to succeed in life. So when Sam heard about a woman who was trying to raise six children under the age of nine on her own, he knew a simple gesture of kindness could go a long ways for this woman.

This mother worked hard to take good care of her six small children in Orange County. Every morning she’d make two separate trips to get her six children to school with her three-passenger car. Her car was in constant need of repair and it took a lot of time to take her children to their different schools each day. Also, because of state budget cuts, her children were placed in schools farther from home, making her morning drop offs longer and harder.

Sam teamed up with Dr. Sana Khan, Chief Medical Officer, to give this self-sacrificing woman a van so she could take her children to school in one trip. This van has not only made life easier on this family but has also given them more stability in life. When you’re struggling just to make ends meets, it can make a world of difference to have something stable in your life. The van has helped this woman cut her morning drop offs in half, allowing her to focus more on providing for her family and taking some time for herself.

“I knew we had to step up to the plate and help,” Sam said. “I have so much respect for this individual who is raising six children on her own. Donating a van was the least Vital could do.”

Sam worked with Uplift Charity to help this woman out. This charity endeavors to provide assistance to the most vulnerable members within California, with the hope of helping them become more self-sufficient members in the community.

Read More Here: Sam Solakyan Donates Van to Woman in Need.