Magnetic Resonance Imaging

MRI provides detailed pictures of your body, especially soft parts and organs, using magnetic fields without radiation exposure.

Computed Tomography

Computed Tomography (or CT scan) uses small amounts of radiation and computer processing to create thin slice pictures of the skeleton and other body structures.

Bone Density (DXA)

To evaluate for osteoporosis as well as accurately measuring Body Mass Index (BMI) for fat and muscle composition of your body.

Radiography (X-Ray)

Known to most people as x-ray. An x-ray machine sends individual x-ray particles through the body & uses low dose radiation to evaluate many bone, chest and abdomen problems.


Arthrography helps your physician determine the cause of unexplained joint problems. Using fluoroscopy, contrast is injected into joint followed by MRI or CT.

Ultrasound (Sonography)

Ultrasound obtains images from inside the body using of high-frequency sound waves. Reflected sound waves are displayed as a picture of the  internal structures.

4D – Baby’s Big Debut

Cosmetic 3D/4D & Gender ID provided by Registered technologists, see your baby before he/she arrives. Day & evening appointments available.