Dr. Keith Baynes, Musculoskeletal Radiologist
If you’re injured and your doctor sends you for imaging, there’s a good chance a radiologist like Dr. Keith Baynes will read your scans. He specializes in musculoskeletal radiology.
Dr. Paul Knechtges, Body Imaging Radiologist
“If you don’t like your job, wait 18 months,” jokes Dr. Paul Knechtges when you get him talking about radiology. That’s because of the fast-paced advancements in technology that are constantly evolving the field. Dr. Knechtges is a native of Milwaukee and calls it a privilege to give back to the community and the people who spent so much time educating him. How does he stay up-to-date on the latest and greatest in imaging and where does he go to recharge? Find out by watching his story.
Dr. Shadie Majidi, Breast Radiologist
"Finding a breast cancer is much like finding a needle in a haystack,” says Dr. Shadie Majidi. Her highly-trained eye can pick out an area of concern on a scan that most people would never notice.
Dr. Michelle Michel, Neuroradiologist
Like a detective, Dr. Michelle Michel looks for clues that help her find the cause of symptoms in her patients. She specializes in head and neck radiology and travels the country, sometimes the world, sharing her knowledge. The best part about lecturing and teaching? Dr. Michel says it’s that “light bulb moment” for her students. To find out more about how her neuroradiology subspecialty helps patients get a diagnosis and move on to treatment, watch her story.