13 professions. 1 school.
evaluate and treat patients with movement dysfunction and help prevent conditions that impair movement.
produce detailed diagnostic images of the human body, including tissues, organs, bones and vessels, using X-rays and other modalities.
under the supervision of a physician, perform examinations, diagnose illnesses, order and interpret lab tests, develop treatment plans, provide patient education and assist with surgery.
Clinical Laboratory Scientists
deliver the results on which 70-80% of medical decisions are based.
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
generate images for diagnostic purposes using high frequency sound waves (ultrasound).
operate life-sustaining heart-lung bypass equipment during open-heart surgery, as well as other blood saving and cleansing devices used during surgical procedures.
Medical Nutrition Therapists
are food and nutrition experts who apply the science of nutrition to the assessment of nutritional status and the treatment of disease.
perform microscopic examinations of specially stained slides of human cells from sites throughout the body for the early diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
administer radioactive pharmaceuticals to patients and operate imaging devices that detect and map the radioactive agents in patients' bodies to diagnose and treat disease.
manage radioactive materials and operate sophisticated equipment to administer proper dosages of radiation to a patient's body to treat cancer and other diseases.
CT and MRI Technologists
use innovative technologies, such as rotating X-ray beams, magnetic fields, and radio waves, to create images of the body.
Cardiovascular Interventional Technologists
perform invasive diagnostic or curative procedures involving specialized radiographic techniques.
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