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Your Safety is very important to us!
COVID-19 Office Protocols

We continue to take steps to keep you safe while you and your family are at our locations.We will continue to meet or exceed the CDC guidelines on COVID-19.

  • All patients will continue to be screened with a temperature.
  • Check and COVID-19 specific questionnaire before being seen.
  • Social distancing will continue in our facilities.
  • Deep cleaning daily/sanitizing of all areas of our buildings.
  • Plexiglass barriers at all check in desks.
  • RAVE Team members required to wear protective masks.
  • Added time between exams for added sanitizing protocols.
  • Call with any questions 941-488-7781

Bone Density SarasotaRAVE Imaging is happy to announce that we are now providing Bone Density/DEXA at our facility in Sarasota

A Bone Density test can diagnose osteoporosis before a broken bone occurs.  The test estimates the density of your bones and your chance of potentially breaking a bone.   Schedule your exam today Sarasota: (941) 342-7283

Learn more about Bone Density

 

 

 

 

 


Health ScreeningsRave is now scheduling Health Screenings

This includes: 3D Screening Mammograms, Lung Screenings, Bone Density (DEXA), Calcium/Cardiac Scoring.

At RAVE patient safety continues to be highest priority

  • Enacted additional sterilizing protocols to all lobbies, exam rooms and equipment for a safer environment for you and your family.
  • All employees are required to wear face masks and patients will be asked to do so.
  • We will continue to take the temperatures of each person entering the building and will only allow the patient into the lobby unless they are a minor or have specialized care.
  • Installing plexiglass shields at all points of check-in.

So don’t fall behind on your annual screenings call to make your appointment today.

Venice: (941) 488-7781

Englewood: (941) 475-5471

Sarasota: (941) 342-7283


Coronavirus Update,March 18, 2020

Covid-19, 2020The team at RAVE imaging is actively monitoring the continuous changes related to the novel COVID-19 virus. Our focus is on the health and well-being of our patients, staff, and colleagues. We continue to treat patients with a variety of illnesses completely unrelated to COVID-19. 

We continue our normal routine of wiping all treatment surfaces with medical-grade antibacterial and antiviral cleansing agents after each patient visit. Each night, our patient rooms are cleaned, during which all surfaces are wiped with the highest grade antibacterial/antiviral cleansing agents available. Our staff has been instructed to stay at home if they are having any cold or flu-like symptoms, as well as if they have traveled out of the country or have been on a cruise within the last 14 days. We will also begin monitoring their temperature daily while at work. We will continue to follow the recommendations of the CDC for any staff member to self-quarantine in the future if they have been exposed to an individual diagnosed with COVID-19. We would strongly encourage our patients to follow these same recommendations. If you are ill, please contact our office to have your appointment rescheduled. 

We are taking several additional steps in order to keep you safe and observe proper social distancing. Upon arrival, patients will contact our front desk to check-in. We will keep patients in the waiting room to a minimum and everyone else will be asked to wait in their car and be individually invited into the office when they are ready to be seen. We will not be able to image or treat anyone with a fever at this time. If you have a fever it is recommended that you contact your primary care provider for further instruction/care.

For those of you who are presently scheduled for procedures and/or diagnostic imaging, we are fully operational and continue to provide a safe and germ-free environment. For those patients who have circumstances requiring rescheduling of their exam, we will work with you to arrange an alternate date. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at our office (941) 488-7781. Any of our staff and physicians will be glad to speak to you. 

Sincerely,

RAVE Administrative Team

Coronavirus COVID-19 Update:

Covid-10 update 2020We want to keep you and your family safe and want you to be familiar with the current recommendations for COVID- 19.

The latest updates on COVID-19 and its potential spread in the United States, visit the CDC’s designated COVID-19 website: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

IF YOU ARE ILL WITH SYMPTOMS OF FLU, PLEASE DO NOT GO INTO YOUR DOCTORS OFFICE WHERE YOU MIGHT SPREAD INFECTION.

Please call your primary care provider first and speak with our clinical staff to determine if you need an appointment or home care advice.

Protect yourself and your community by:

  • Washing your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
  • If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Avoid making contact with your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • If you are sick, stay home to help prevent the spread of disease.
  • Always cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze.
  • Try to cough or sneeze into a tissue and throw away.
  • Avoid sharing personal household items and frequently disinfect high touch areas.
  • Monitor your symptoms and call the office before seeking care.

Wearing masks:

Generally speaking, wearing a mask is not necessary when going about your day-to-day life. In fact, masks can actually increase the risk of catching a disease. They can become uncomfortable, which usually means people touch their mouth and nose more often to adjust the mask. But if you are sick, wearing a mask can help prevent the spread of germs to other people.

The best way to fight the COVID-19 is to wash your hands.

What If I'm Sick ? Download CDC Brochure


National Heart Month February 2020


Charles Gordon, M.D. specializing in Diagonstic, Vascular and Interventional Radiology

Discussed the advancements in Regenerative Stem Cell therapy and BioTe Biosynthetic Testosterone replacement to our local Veterans and their spouses at the Venice American Legion Post 159.

Stem Cell Therapy


Focus in on your health in 20/20

Contact us on all the health screenings we provide Raverad.com or 941-586-8389

Focus on your health 2020


Take Care of Yourself This Holiday Season!

Holiday Tips


 

copd awarenessNovember is COPD Awareness Month

If you are in need of assistance please contact the American Lung Association at www.lung.org/copd.  At RAVE Imaging we are able to assist in identifying the disease thru our state of art digital X-Ray and Low Dose Radiation CT.  Contact us today for  more information on our imaging studies.

Call Today at (941) 488-7781 or (941) 342-7283 to Schedule

 

 

 


Smartcurve MammogramDid you know that RAVE Imaging offers a more comfortable 3D Mammogram? 

The #1 complaint during a mammogram is pain or discomfort we were the first to offer SmartCurve Breast Stabilization System that distributes pressure more evenly over the breast to reduce pinching.  In fact 93% of women have reported increased comfort with the SmartCurve system.
Call Today at (941) 488-7781 or (941) 342-7283 to Schedule

SmartCurve 3D Digital Mammogram

 

 


Did you know? 

Same Day Results when getting your mammogramAt RAVE Imaging you will receive Same Day Results when you have your 3D Mammogram at any one of our state of the art facilities in Venice, Englewood or Sarasota. Call Today at (941) 488-7781 or (941) 342-7283 to Schedule

 

3D Digital Mammogram

 

 


Breast Cancer AwarenessOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October Special 3D Screening Mammograms for $89.00

Call Today at (941) 488-7781 or (941) 342-7283 to Schedule

at one of our convenient locations in Venice, Englewood or Sarasota. Screening Special is intended for Non-Insured patients and cost includes Radiologists read. Patient will need a script.

3D Digital Mammogram

 


Alzheimers AwarenessSeptember is World Alzheimer's Month

World Alzheimer's Month is the international campaign every September to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia. September 2019 will mark the 8th World Alzheimer's Month. The campaign was launched in 2012: World Alzheimer's Day is on 21 September each year.

2 out of every 3 people globally believe there is little or no understanding of dementia in their countries.The impact of World Alzheimer's Month is growing, but the stigmatisation and misinformation that surrounds dementia remains a global problem, that requires global action.

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September is prostate cancer awareness month

Prostate 3T MRI Cancer AwarenessWHY IS MY PHYSICIAN RECOMMENDING AN MRI OF MY PROSTATE?

Your physician may recommend a Prostate MRI if you have elevated PSA levels in order to determine if you have prostate cancer. If you have already been diagnosed with prostate cancer, an MRI may be used to localize the tumor and determine if it has spread outside of the prostate gland. It may also be used to evaluate other prostate conditions such as an enlarged prostate, infection of the prostate, complications after pelvic surgery or other abnormalities. In some cases, a Prostate MRI is used to help plan prostate cancer treatment or monitor the prostate to determine if cancer has returned.

3T Prostate MRI

 


Health ScreeningsHealth Awareness - Check out our Health Screenings available to you at Radiology associates of Venice, Englewood and Sarasota.

We offer a variety of health screenings available at our offices located in Venice, Englewood and Sarasotao Florida. Osteoporosis Screening, Breast MRI, Lung and Heart Scans, Digital X-Ray, Prostate MRI, and Peripheral Artery Disease Screening.

Health Screenings

 


RAVE is excited to welcome Travis Carter, M.D. ,M.S. to our team of Radiologists

Dr. Carter is fellowship trained at Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL. In Breast Imaging. We are honored that Dr. Carter has brought his expertise to our organization. He will be providing his services at all three of our locations Venice, Englewood and Sarasota.

Meet Dr. Travis Carter


RAVE is excited to welcome Laura W. Bancroft, M.D., FACR to our team of Radiologists

Dr. Bancroft brings her Diagnostic Radiology and Mayo Clinic of Florida Musculoskeletal Fellowship expertise to our organization. She will be providing her services at all three of our locations, Venice, Englewood and Sarasota.

Meet Dr. Laura W. Bancroft


RAVE is excited to welcome Josiah W. Bancroft III, M.D. to our team of Radiologists

Dr. Brancroft brings his expertise of Diagnostic Imaging and Interventional Radiology services to our organization and we welcome him to our community. Dr. Bancroft will be providing his services at all three of our locations Venice, Englewood and Sarasota.

Meet Dr. Josiah W. Bancroft III


Peripheral Artery Disease

WHAT ARE THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF PERIPHERAL ARTERY DISEASE?

Posted June 21st, 2019

Many people who have peripheral artery disease (P.A.D.) don’t have any signs or symptoms.

Even if you don't have signs or symptoms, ask your doctor whether you should get checked for P.A.D. if you're:

  • Aged 70 or older
  • Aged 50 or older and have a history of smoking or diabetes
  • Younger than 50 and have diabetes and one or more risk factors for atherosclerosis
  • Intermittent Claudication

People who have P.A.D. may have symptoms when walking or climbing stairs, which may include pain, numbness, aching, or heaviness in the leg muscles. Symptoms also may include cramping in the affected leg(s) and in the buttocks, thighs, calves, and feet. Symptoms may ease after resting. These symptoms are called intermittent claudication.

During physical activity, your muscles need increased blood flow. If your blood vessels are narrowed or blocked, your muscles won't get enough blood, which will lead to symptoms. When resting, the muscles need less blood flow, so the symptoms will go away.

Learn more PAD

 


Prostate MRIWhy is my physician recommending an MRI of my Prostate?

Posted June 11th, 2019

Your physician may recommend a Prostate MRI if you have elevated PSA levels in order to determine if you have prostate cancer. If you have already been diagnosed with prostate cancer, an MRI may be used to localize the tumor and determine if it has spread outside of the prostate gland. It may also be used to evaluate other prostate conditions such as an enlarged prostate, infection of the prostate, complications after pelvic surgery or other abnormalities. In some cases, a Prostate MRI is used to help plan prostate cancer treatment or monitor the prostate to determine if cancer has returned.

Learn more about Prostate MRI

 


JJune Men's Health Monthune is Men's Health Month

Ladies please remind those men you know and love since we probably aren’t paying attention ourselves.

The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. This month gives health care providers, public policy makers, the media, and individuals an opportunity to encourage men and boys to seek regular medical advice and early treatment for disease and injury. The response has been overwhelming with thousands of awareness activities in the USA and around the globe.

Learn more about Men's Health Tips and Prevention

 


Happy Memorial Day Weekend from Radiology Associates of Venice, Englewood and Sarastota

Remembering and honoring those who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Our forever gratitude.

Happy Memorial Day


RAVE is the only provider in the area that provides the HD Clarity and Smart Curve technology

Learn more about 3D Mammography with SmartCurve Technology


Breast Center of ExcellenceRadiology Associates of Venice, and Englewood are the only facilitiesin the area that provides SmartCurve™ Breast Stabilization System.

Posted September 17th, 2018

Transform the Mammography Patient Experience - Introducing the SmartCurve™ Breast Stabilization System. For the month of October we are offering $89 Screenings 3D Mammograms with SmartCurve Technology for Non-Insured Patients.

Learn more about 3D Mammography with SmartCurve Technology


Calcium ScoringCalcium/Cardiac Scoring test cash pay price $75.00.

Posted March 21th, 2018

Non Invasive CT scan of the heart. Calculates the risk of developing Coronary Artery Disease by measuring the amount of calcified plaque in the coronary arteries.

Learn more about Cardiac Calcium Scoring


Spinal CompressionVertebroplasty Treatment for Painful Spinal Compressions

Posted March 13th, 2018

Vertebroplasty is an image-guided procedure performed by our Interventional Radiologists as a treatment for painful spinal compression fractures and for some types of spinal cancer.

Learn more about Vertebroplasty


BPH TreatmentTreatment for BPH -Benign Prostate Hyperplasia

Posted March 6th, 2018

This is a new treatment option for men with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also known enlarged prostate gland. This procedure can greatly reduce BPH symptoms. Do you have BPH? You may be a candidate for a new minimally invasive procedure called prostate artery embolization.

Learn more about Prostate Artery Embolization


MRI vs. CTWhat is the difference between an MRI and CT Scan?

Posted February 6th, 2018

MRI uses a strong magnetic field, radio waves and a computer. This enables MRI to make very detailed pictures of bone, organs, soft tissues and any other body structures. Differences between normal and abnormal tissue is often clearer on an MRI image than a CT.

CT uses a very thin special X-ray beam to produce detailed, cross sectional views of the area being studied. CT is often the preferred method of diagnosing causes of pain and many different forms of cancer.

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CT ScanLung Cancer Screening at RAVE!

Posted January 31nd, 2018

If you have been a heavy smoker, then you are at significantly increased risk for developing lung cancer. CT can find small lung nodules that might be cancer before they can be found by any other test. If you are between the ages of 55 and 75, then national experts recommend you undergo low dose CT screening for lung cancer. These recommendations come from many groups of medical experts including the National Lung Screening Trial Research Team, the American College of Chest Physicians, and American Society of Clinical Oncology.

At RAVE we are committed to you and your family’s health. If you wish to undergo a lung cancer screening, you can either ask your doctor to order it or you can contact us directly at (941) 488-7781.

Lung Cancer Screening


Breast Center of ExcellenceWhy a Breast MRI

Posted January 2nd, 2018

The American Cancer Society has updated its guidelines for breast cancer screening and is now recommending that for women who are at an extraordinarily high risk of developing breast cancer in their lifetime, that in addition to annual mammography, they also have an annual MRI performed of both breasts.

Why A Breast MRI


Bone DensityDo you have a history of Osteoporosis or a history of Smoking?

Posted December 6th, 2017

If yes, you should have a Bone Density test called Dexa. At RAVE we have the latest technology in bone density scanning and is a form of radiology that is used to measure bone loss. DEXA is the most current standard for measuring bone mineral density (BMD).

Bone Density Screening


ProstateWhat is Prostate MRI? And why is my physician recommending an MRI of my Prostate?

Posted November 28, 2017

A Prostate MRI provides detailed images of the prostate and surrounding tissues. For this reason, it is often used to diagnose, evaluate and monitor prostate cancer and its treatment.

Prostate MRI


PADPeripheral Artery Disease - PAD

Posted November 14, 2017

P.A.D. usually affects the arteries in the legs, but it also can affect the arteries that carry blood from your heart to your head, arms, kidneys, and stomach. The following information focuses on P.A.D. that affects blood flow to the legs.

Peripheral Artery Disease PAD

 

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