At Medical Park Imaging, we take great pride in our wide range of services and the best equipment technology has to offer.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging allows us to see internal organs, blood vessels, muscles, joints, tumors, areas of infection, and more.
Computerized Tomography is painless and produces cross-sectional images of the body. CT Scans are useful in identifying tumors, sinusitis, aneurysms, kidney stones, and other abnormalities. If the doctor requests a study with contrast, patients will be advised to fast for 3-6 hours.
Also known as sonography, this uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of muscles, tendons, and internal organs. This modality allows for evaluation of size, structure, and pathological lesions with real time images. Doppler Ultrasound is used to evaluate blood as it flows through vessels. Patients may be advised to fast or drink water on the day of certain exams.
A mammography is a low-dose x-ray for examination of the breasts that plays a central part in detection of breast cancers. A mammography is recommended for women from the ages of 35 to 40 and beyond. We recommend not wearing body powder, deodorant, or lotion on the day of the exam.
Also known as dexas, bone densitometry are non-invasive studies that measure bones to detect osteoporosis. No calcium or vitamin supplements should be taken 24 hours prior to dexa scans.
A form of radiant energy which penetrates the body allowing radiologists to see bones, fractures, tumors, and nodules.
A fluoroscopy is a type of x-ray which allows doctors to see hollow organs of the body. A radiopaque substance, whether given orally or through injection, is used to see parts of the body such as the esophagus, stomach, small or large intestines, and blood vessels. Fasting and preparation will be advised when an appointment is booked.
CT Cardiac Scoring
Cardiac Scorings detect the area of plaque build-up in the coronary arteries which can significantly reduce the risk of Coronary artery disease later on in life. Plaque deposits in the coronary arteries, which supply blood to the heart. This test is interpreted by a Board Certified Radiologist. Results are sent directly to the patient. Most Insurance plans do not cover this exam so a prescription from a physician is not required. Procedure costs $150. Print this coupon and get procedure for $100.