Diagnostic X-ray

An X-ray is a non-invasive diagnostic test that uses a low-dose beam of radiation to produce an internal image of a specific part of the body. The Center does not require appointments for all X-rays. The exams that do require appointments are:

  • Arthrogram
  • Barium Enema
  • Esophogram or Barium Swallow
  • Gallbladder Series
  • Hystero-salpinogram
  • Skeletal Survey
  • Small Bowel Study
  • Upper GI
  • Upper GI with Small Bowel
  • VCUG (Adult)

CT Scan

Sometimes called a “CAT scan,” this non-invasive imaging exam uses advanced X-ray technology that enables doctors to see more than what is possible with a regular X-ray. Our Center has the latest scanner technology available, which produces images of exceptional quality, allowing your physician to more quickly and accurately diagnose medical conditions and plan the appropriate treatment. We have the latest generation of CT scanners that produce the lowest radiation dose possible without compromising image quality.


Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, uses magnetism and radio waves to produce clear, internal pictures of the brain, spine, or other parts of the body. Sometimes, an intravenous contrast is necessary. Our Center offers the latest MRI technology available, which means faster exam times without compromising image quality.

Nuclear Medicine

A nuclear medicine exam uses radioactive material to produce internal images of the body. Nuclear medicine differs from other imaging exams in that it reveals the function of an organ, not just what it looks like. This enables doctors to view the activity of organs, such as the thyroid, heart, stomach, and kidneys, and monitor the growth of any cancers.

Nuclear medicine is also used to detect bone and joint abnormalities, such as trauma, fractures, arthritis, or tumors.

Some common nuclear medicine tests include:


Ultrasound is a simple, safe, non-invasive, and painless procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to capture images. There is no contrast injection or radiation exposure associated with ultrasound, making it an ideal tool to monitor fetal development. Our Center offers ultrasound exams on a variety of areas, including the abdomen, pelvis, thyroid, renal glands, and scrotum. Ultrasound can also capture blood flow in the vessels and document moving images of the heart.