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Educational Webinars, Live Seminars & Instructional Features

Post-Concussion Disorder/Athletes (part 1- 3 speakers: 2:23 min)
This video is a segment of the 2022 BRAIN HEALTH Educational Series published at the IPHA/Health & Healing 101 Report. The program presents interviews about Post Concussive Syndrome from health professionals and advocates detailing the diagnostic protocols for acute and chronic sports related injuries plus an overview on the current findings about mental disorders associated with head trauma. ( - [ Article | Video link ]

  EDUCATIONAL WEBINAR: HEALING AFTER COVID-19: IMPACTS IN PEDIATRIC MEDULLOBLASTOMA: 7/19 - Dr. Bard is medical co-panelist for cancer imaging with Dr. Noelle Cutter (lead presenter, Molloy University) in collaboration with Dr. Roberta Kline, Genomics expert advisor. See: & complete 24min video  
  Study: Urinary Incontinence & Pelvic Floor imaging (4.5min) A diagnosis is defined as the process of accurately and quantitatively determining health status, disorder or a diseased condition. One of various diagnostic options in modern medical science is through the use of imaging. Though this video narrated by Dr. Bard (resident imaging interpretation expert), we are able to visualize and better understand the physiology of Stress Incontinence- a popular postpartum disorder in women.  
  MEDTECH SCIENCE REVIEW: ELASTOGRAPHY & DOPPLER IMAGING-. Elastography and Doppler Ultrasound are both physiologic technologies which show whether the cancer treatment is working or not. They provide effective therapeutic markers over a blood test. Elastic ultrasound technology is an advancement where we can get real-time images, This version of imaging shows the tumor from beginning to end as we scan through it. We are able to have a comparative study of the regular ultrasound (below) and the elastogram on top! (see video | see full article)  
  INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR: REUTERS EVENTS - ONCOLOGY 2022 - feat: Dr. Robert Bard +4 Top clinical panelists. 5/19 - This is an excerpt of the REUTERS EVENTS WEBINAR on IMPLEMENTING A MULTI-CANCER EARLY DETECTION TEST (MCED) in a health system to alleviate the burden associated with later-stage diagnosis. This event uncovers new ways in which we can support healthcare providers by outsourcing workloads and remove the complexity behind treatment planning is needed now more than ever. Oncology 2022, is much more than just a conference; it’s the origin of change.  
In a report by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, eye exams are recognized to find links to a growing array of diseases. The growing list includes: Hypertension, Ischemic Stroke, Heart disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Cancers of blood, tissue or skin, Diabetes and more. Though further testing is required once these symptoms may arise during an exam, current diagnostic imaging scans reflect advancements in analysis of the eye in relation to the patient's physiology. - Video Source: NEURODEGENERATIVE REVIEW


EDUCATIONAL SERIES (Parts 1-7): Electromagnetic Therapy & Image Guidance w/ Ultrasound (Presented by: Dr. R. Bard) presents background on the NON-INVASIVE ENERGY treatments throughout history and how the wellness community has continued supporting this paradigm through the expansion of ELECTROMAGNETIC stimulation and the advancements of ULTRASOUND for diagnostic care.


Pancreatic Cancer/ Diagnostic Presentation: In patients with a family history of genetic cancers or who are otherwise at a high risk of pancreatic tumors, having the latest innovations and resources for identifying and tracking these tumors makes all the difference in every part of the treatment process. Since we're trying to avoid radiation and biopsies at any time, we use ultrasound screening as the first line scan to image the pancreas. If there's anything suspicious we can employ the scanning feature that tracks the hardness of the cancer- where benign tumors are generally soft and cancers are generally rock hard
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  Prototype for Dutch Health News (English/BETA)- Cancer Imaging 2021- (Video - 3min)
14 views Mar 11, 2021 While Elastography is relatively new in the United States, its contribution to tumor validation is recognized worldwide. The latest digital Pet/CT scans are also bringing a new level of quantifiable readings that successfully prevent unnecessary biopsies and false positives. Dr Bard's concept of integrative cancer scanning with complementary non-invasive imaging technologies paves the way for a faster, and more accurate way of tracking cancer aggression. This allows for the adjustment of therapies as needed in a timely manner.
  VINTAGE VIDEO: A STUDY ON DENSE BREAST TISSUE- by ACSH (American College on Science & Health)- (Video - 4min) For those with any level of breast density, a major concern is the rate of possible cancers that may be missed from to potential misreadings of a mammogram. It is clinically imperative to have a second opinion with the breast sonogram in areas that are more suspicious. A second look of the dense breast area with 3D scanning technology consists of two parts: first is the regular 3D electronic sweep, which gives you a volumetric tissue study. The next is the 4D real-time automated scan, which focuses on the area of concern and the most dense part of the tissue.  
  What is RECURRENCE? Oct 13, 2020 There is a constant debate in the cancer survivor community abouut the term "CANCER FREE". Historically, cancer has proven to be quite "sneaky" in its behavior during treatment and post-treatment prevention. For most survivors and doctors alike, recurrence is a major concern because living with that level of FEAR itself can be quite debilitating. Meanwhile, records of mortality rates from recurrence victims show a significant spike in effect, whereby "cancer often comes back with a vengeance".  


Media News
THE GLOBAL VIDEO ENCYCLOPEDIA & THE SOCIAL VOICE 7/25/2022- To gain an understanding of today's digital video messaging is to accept the very basis behind social media and its community. Video is the trending media for high-speed message delivery, harnessing the major global share- seated within all screen & cell phone users. In our digital age, the written word continues to suffer a major loss of followers over the impact of VIDEO messaging. Where book stores and magazine publishers are at a major decline, the cell-phone generation (with a device too small to read a full article) finds a 2-minute video clip to better comply with their Gen-Z attention span. (See feature story)
Special Announcement:
A YEAR OF RECOGNITION FOR A LEGACY OF ACADEMIC VISION, MEDICAL INNOVATION AND ADVOCACY IN CANCER DIAGNOSTICS 6/25/2022- Having received several lifetime achievement awards in one year is indicative of the vast achievements of Dr. Robert Bard. He is celebrated in major circles for his countless clinical findings and his unending drive to advance the medical and academic communities to support integrative health sciences and the non-invasive movement. Starting with his credentials as a cancer imaging specialist, Dr. Bard is also heavily committed to a bevy of critical roles in the future of patient care including: validation research, education in non-invasive modalities for the medical community, technical advisor to countless health organizations and a nationally recognized advocate for firefighters' safety against environmental toxic exposures. Dr. Bard attributes his career in radiology to the US Air Force, having served in military hospitals in Thailand and Laos in the early ‘70’s. There, he witnessed the critical demands for immediate response and real-time diagnostic technology where time and accuracy are of the ultimate essence. This started him on a multi-track life plan to help advance diagnostic technologies to endure 'battle hardened' challenges of a military hospital setting all the way to our emergency responders and the ICU of today. (Click to access feature story)


7/28/2022 - Members of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) have elected a new slate of leaders to the Executive Committee, Board of Governors, and Communities. These leaders will work to support the AIUM’s mission to empower and cultivate a global multidisciplinary community engaged in the use of medical ultrasound through raising awareness, education, sharing information, and research. DR. ROBERT L. BARD (Diagnostic Imaging Specialist, NYC) was recently elected Secretary of the Therapeutic Ultrasound Community. He will serve a 2-year term as Secretary, a 2-year term as Vice Chair, and a 2-year term as Secretary. The AIUM's mission is to empower and cultivate a global multidisciplinary community engaged in the use of medical ultrasound through raising awareness, education, sharing information, and research. "The AIUM values the individual members who volunteer their time, talents, and expertise to ensure we address the needs of the ultrasound community," said AIUM CEO Glynis Harvey, CAE. "Dr Bard joins a leadership team dedicated to improving the value of the AIUM and we look forward to his contributions."

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