Diagnostic / Radiology

Computed Topography scans

Also known as CT scans, these scans create a three-dimensional image of the inside of a patient’s body and are invaluable in diagnosing various injuries and ailments.

X-ray / Fluoroscopy

Fluoroscopy is a technique for obtaining live X-ray images of a patient, allowing radiologists to watch the images live on a monitor. It is often used to observe the digestive tract in procedures like an Upper GI series.


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.