Radiological Physics - the application of physical energy to the diagnosis and treatment of human disease. It covers those branches of medical physics that are referred to as diagnostic radiological physics, therapeutic radiological physics, and medical nuclear physics. more
What is a Radiological Physics
Radiological Physics include the following:
Ultrasound or MRI equipment;
X-ray generating equipment;
Radiation therapy equipment;
Nuclear medicine imaging equipment.
What does a Radiological Physicist
Provides consultation to medical/dental facilities, physicians and patients;
Provides physics services as mandated by regulatory agencies;
Helps provide the highest quality patient care and safety in the most cost efficient manner.