Staffing seven major hospitals in the Mid-Atlantic Region, Radiology Associates anticipates continued demand for the services it provides. The group is committed to building on the traditions of service and technological innovation established by its founding pioneers.

Since the early days when Wilhelm Roentgen discovered X-rays and when Dr. Daniel Talley, Jr. founded Radiology Associates of Richmond, radiology has become an increasingly powerful tool for both the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions once considered almost beyond the reach of medicine.

Continuing developments in computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and new interventional techniques are thresholds to the future of radiology. Radiology Associates intends to be a part of that future and continues to expand its staff with physicians qualified to use these new developments for the benefit of the patient.

Congratulations to this year's RAR physicians that were honored by being selected as Top Docs in the Richmond area survey by Richmond Magazine in it's April 2014 issue as selected by their peers. Listed alphabetically within each specialty: Diagnostic Radiology: Lowrey Holthaus MD, John Kuta MD, Gerry Reese MD, and James Snyder MD, Interventional Radiology: Jeffrey Hull MD, Philip Pieters MD, and Efstathios "Ike" Spinos MD.
New Frontiers in Stroke Therapy at CJW Neuroscience & Gamma Knife Center's Neurovascular Lab
Dr. Efstathios Spinos, neurointerventional radiologist at CJW, is the first physician in the Richmond area to place Boston Scientific's Wingspan Stent System into a patient's artery in the brain. The Wingspan stent opens blocked arteries and quickly restores blood flow to brain tissue which assists in prevention of further strokes. CJW is one of only three Medical Centers across Virginia that has performed this procedure.

Blockages in the delicate blood vessels within the brain are much more prone to rupture and are most often treated with medicine. If medications fail, these patients had no other effective or safe alternative until this procedure was developed. more...
Balloon Kyphoplasty
Kyphoplasty is indicated for the treatment and reduction of Vertebral Compression Fractures (VCF) caused by primary and secondary osteoporosis, multiple myeloma, bone metastases, and hemangioma. The benefit and objective of the procedure is to provide immediate pain relief through stabilization of the fracture and restored height of the vertebrae. more...

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