Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology
Yulia Volokhina, DO, is a board-certified radiologist with subspecialty training in the musculoskeletal imaging. She obtained her medical degree from the Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. She completed her residency in diagnostic radiology at the Loma Linda University Medical Center, in Loma Linda, California, and completed her musculoskeletal radiology fellowship at the University of California at San Diego in San Diego, California.
Dr. Volokhina currently works at Premier Medical Care in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where she interprets MRI, CT, radiographs, nuclear medicine, and ultrasound studies. Superb patient care is the ultimate goal of her practice. She strives to be an expert in the diagnosis of musculoskeletal system disorders, as well as all other areas of diagnostic radiology.
- American Board of Radiology (Diagnostic Radiology)
Education and Training
- Fellowship 2015, Musculoskeletal Radiology, University of California-San Diego
- Residency 2014, Diagnostic Radiology, Medical Center, Loma Linda University
- Internship 2010, Traditional Internship, Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, Michigan State University
- DO 2009, Western University of Health Sciences
- BA 2002, Biology, Grinnell College
Volokhina Y.V., Syed H.M., Pham P.H., Blackburn A.K. Two helpful MRI signs for evaluation of posterolateral bundle tears of the anterior cruciate ligament: A pilot study Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2015;3(8)
Volokhina Y., Oyoyo U., Miller J. Ultrasound demonstration of testicular microlithiasis in pediatric patients: Is there an association with testicular germ cell tumors? Pediatric Radiology. 2014;44(1):50-55.
Volokhina Y., Dang D. Using proximal hamstring tendons as a landmark for ultrasound- and CT-guided injections of ischiofemoral impingement Radiology Case Reports. 2013;8(1):789.
Aguilera A.L., Volokhina Y.V., Fisher K. Radiography of cardiac conduction devices: A comprehensive review Radiographics. 2011;31(6):1669-1682.