What We Do
Diagnostic X-Ray is the use of X-Rays to identify healthy or abnormal conditions within the body. This is one of the most direct methods for detecting causes of certain health problems and monitoring your progress.
There is no appointment needed for General X-rays.
CT stands for computerized tomography, which refers to the way this exam is performed. In actuality, a CT scan is an x-ray procedure enhanced by a computer. During a routine x-ray, dense tissues can block other areas. Aided by the computer, a CT Scan is able to put together different "slices" and create a three dimensional view, clearly showing both bone and soft tissues.
(General, OB-GYN, Vascular)
Ultrasound is the use of sound waves to obtain a medical image or picture of various organs and tissues in the body. It is a painless and safe procedure.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or M.R.I., is a patient examination utilizing a magnetic field and radio waves to produce a highly accurate view of the inside of any portion of your body It's painless and extremely safe because no radiation is used. Aided by a computer, M.R.I. is able to produce an image of bone and soft tissue from many different body angles. This enables your radiologist to quickly and precisely diagnose a wide variety of conditions.