February 14th. The day of love, it’s coming up. For people who aren’t in relationships this holiday can be an annoyance that doesn’t end for the entire month of February. It can be a lot to deal with, but this year we want it to be different. On Valentine’s Day, we should all learn to love ourselves. Continue reading article>
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We all know the drill. A New Year comes around, and we are all ecstatic about the resolutions we’ve made to ourselves. You start out the first month strong, keeping your resolution on track. Then, come February, you kind of let it slip through the cracks. This happens to so many people when it comes to resolutions. Don’t let this year be the same, keep your resolutions with these 3 simple steps. Continue reading article>
Northeast Nebraska Imaging is proud to highlight TJ Froehlich. TJ is the lead technologist at Northeast Nebraska Imaging and is board certified. He is one of the friendliest people we know and has been with us for over five years. TJ is very informative and always tries to help anyone that may have a question.
Our favorite thing about TJ is how he interacts with the patients. As a technologist, your job is to operate the MRI equipment and position the patients correctly for the requested diagnostic images, but TJ goes above and beyond with his patients. TJ will do everything he possibly can to make the patients feel as comfortable as possible. With patients that tend to be the most nervous or anxious, TJ will talk to them throughout the entire scan trying to eliminate their fears.
Next time you need an MRI come to Northeast Nebraska Imaging and ask for TJ as your technologist! We are proud to have such amazing technologists at our center!
Tonight at 6 PM Norfolk’s Relay For Life event will kick off with its opening ceremony at the Johnny Carson Track and Field. Participants have been fundraising and planning the event for months, drawing over 450 participants, 42 teams and over $74,000. Relay For Life is the main fundraising event for the American Cancer Society to raise awareness, help those that have been affected and support research. The event has been conducted in over 5000 communities throughout the United States and is said to have raised over 3 billion since its inception in 1986. During Relay events, participants will assemble teams that camp out within the community. At these locations, team members take turns walking or running around a track for up to 24 hours, symbolizing how cancer never sleeps. The Norfolk Relay will last from 6PM until the closing ceremony at 7:00 AM on June 2nd. The event will also include a Survivor’s Lap at 6:15 PM, a Luminaria Ceremony at 9:30 PM and the Fight Back Ceremony at 10:00 PM. As the community unites for this cause, Northeast Nebraska Imaging Open MRI is proud to participate in the event and be a Copper sponsor.