Duel Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) Bone Densitometry testing measures the amount of calcium in a person’s bones and determines if osteoporosis is present.
A CT is a Computerized Tomography Scan combining the use of X-rays with advanced computer technology to identify tumors and cysts, fractures, and help diagnose diseases of the liver, lungs, coronary arteries and other internal organs.
3D Mammography utilizes advanced technology to create 3D images of the breasts for early detection and diagnosis of breast cancer. *Mammograms are only offered at our Maryville location.
An X-ray passes small, highly controlled amounts of radiation through the body to detect diseases in the early stages, detect bone injuries and diagnose tumors.
Fluoroscopy uses X-rays with a contrast agent to capture a moving image of an organ while it is functioning.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive, painless way to deliver high-resolution images of the body without radiation. An MRI can detect healthy tissue versus damaged tissues, diagnosing tumors, brain disorders, diseases, etc.
An ultrasound is a sound wave that creates an image of internal organs, vessels and tissues in the body. Since it is radiation-free, is commonly used to scan and monitor fetal development for pregnant women.