When two leaders in healthcare come together, patients see the difference. Last year, Cheyenne Radiology and Cheyenne Regional Medical Center joined in a venture to […]
At Cheyenne Women’s Imaging Pavilion, we’re always looking for new ways to serve our patients with improved technology and more services. Thanks to our […]
At Cheyenne Women’s Imaging Pavilion, we believe one of the best parts of living in Wyoming is our strong, supportive communities. That’s why we think […]
We’re already missing all the fun we had at Frontier Days and all the friendly faces! We have another collection of memories and we hope […]
We’re so proud to announce that the Cheyenne Women’s Imaging Pavilion is now a joint venture between Cheyenne Radiology and Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.
For many women, annual routine mammograms are enough to assure early detection of breast cancer. But for women at a higher risk than average, it’s […]
The breakneck speed of technological development, especially in healthcare, can leave us feeling a bit in the dust. Cheyenne Radiology is committed to helping you […]
At Cheyenne Radiology, we care deeply about women’s health. That’s why we are proud that our Women’s Imaging Pavilion has served so many women over the […]
At Cheyenne Radiology, we’ve seen firsthand how illness can leave our patients feeling isolated. But we’ve also seen the incredible—and sometimes surprising—ways patients’ friends and […]
Going to the doctor can be stressful. There are a lot of things that can leave you feeling worse than when you came in: a […]
At Cheyenne Radiology, we are committed to supporting women’s health at our Women’s Imaging Pavilion with compassion and state-of-the-art technology. That’s why we offer breast […]
Frontier Days has come and gone again like the wind, which means we have another great collection of memories. For the 2015 festivities, we were […]
You’ve hurt your shoulder and your doctor tells you that you need a MRI. You agree, get the procedure, and voilà, you have a diagnosis. […]
Sticks and stones will break your bones—especially if you have osteoporosis. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, this bone-weakening disease causes two million bone breaks every year, usually in the hip, spine and wrist.
A whopping 296,980—that’s how many new cases of breast cancer were diagnosed in 2013, according to the American Cancer Society. The majority of cases are the result of chance, but about 5–10% are due to mutated BRCA genes, known as Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) syndrome.