Twin Cities Pain Clinic radiologic technologist discusses job perks, misconceptions & more — 3 quotes

Edina, Minn.-based Twin Cities Pain Clinic highlighted its three full-time radiologic technologists in celebration of National Radiologic Technology Week, Nov. 4-10.

Here are three highlights from Radiologic Technologist Tiffany Lambrecht:

1. On the rewarding aspects of the job: "I love working in the pain world and being part of the procedures that we do here. It’s rewarding to help the doctors and support staff as well as the patients. Seeing a patient get pain relief never gets old and I always like to hear their stories and outcomes."

2. On changing preferences: "During school and my clinical training, my two least favorite things were C-arm and spine. Now, here I am four years in, strictly working with C-arm and spine, and I wouldn't want to do anything else!"

3. On one thing people should know about radiological technologists: "Radiological technologists and X-ray technicians are two very different things. Technicians do not get a degree and in a lot of cases are not able to perform the same type of exams that technologists are able to."

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