Diagnostic / Radiology

Computed Tomography (CT) scans

A diagnostic imaging test used to create detailed images of your organs, bones, and other tissues. Although CT does involve radiation, it is a very short and painless procedure.

X-ray / Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy is an imaging technique that gathers real-time moving images using a fluoroscope. It is often used to help the radiologist properly diagnose and treat a patient in procedures such as: myelograms, Upper GI Series and hip injections.

X-ray – Our digital radiography system offers patients a reduced radiation exposure which means a safer patient experience, faster processing time that results in improved patient comfort, and an enhanced image quality.  Digital X-rays also allow an immediate viewing capability to your radiologist.


Myelography involves introducing a needle into the spinal canal and injecting contrast material around the spinal cord and nerve roots. The result is an extraordinarily detailed picture of the spinal cord and the spinal column.