Innovative Services to Diagnose & Treat
We offer a range of medical imaging technologies to provide a seemingly endless number of diagnoses—from injuries and disorders to infections and diseases. The following diagnostic and interventional services allow our radiologists to best evaluate our patients’ conditions and collaborate with area physicians on their care plans.
X-ray — Using electromagnetic radiation, x-rays produce images of the body to evaluate conditions such as bone fractures, injuries, pneumonia, foreign objects and masses.
Fluoroscopy — Fluoroscopy is a continuous x-ray that shows movement and may be used to examine bones, muscles and joints as well as organs like the heart, lungs and kidneys.
Computed Tomography (CT) — CT’s consist of a collection of x-rays taken at various angles that provide more details than regular x-rays. They’re used to examine internal injuries and diagnose diseases.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) — images of organs and tissues are produced using a strong magnetic field and radio waves. MRI’s may be performed with or without contrast that is delivered via IV either before or during the scan.
Nuclear Medicine — Small amounts of radiopharmaceuticals are injected or ingested in order to evaluate the structure and function of organs, tissue, bones or other systems.
Positron Emission Tomography (PET) — A PET is a nuclear medicine procedure that measures metabolic activity of cells via a radioactive tracer. They’re most often used for patients with brain or heart conditions and cancer.
Women's Health — Breast imaging services include digital mammography, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, breast tomosynthesis, and biopsies.
Vascular & Interventional
As a subspecialty of radiology, vascular and interventional radiology uses imaging to guide minimally-invasive medical procedures. Rather than making large incisions, imaging technologies like ultrasound, CT, fluoroscopy or x-ray allow doctors to make small incisions for needles, catheters or other devices that are guided to the treatment location.
Neuroradiology primarily involves CT and MRI scans to diagnose and treat disorders in the brain, spine, head and neck, such as back pain, stroke, aneurysms, brain tumors and other conditions related to the nervous system.