A Listing of MRI Scans Available
These specialty scans are not covered by most insurance plans. Payment is due at the time of service.
Lung cancer is the number one leading cause of cancer related death. Provide yourself or a family member with a tool for early detection of tumors as small as 3-4 millimeters in size. Early detection means highly curable odds. Lung scans are completed within 5 minutes, and are ideal for high risk patients, smokers, and those exposed to environmental pollutants or have a family history of cancer.
Full Body Scan
Ultra-fast CT scans entire chest, abdoment, and plevis in a single breath, making this our most comprehensive scan offered. The full body scan detects abnormalities of the lungs, heart, liver, spleen, pancreas, and other primary internal organs. this includes a bone mineral density scan for osteoporosis, and a heart scan/calcium scoring study.
Provides a screening process for colorectal cancer and other diseases related to the colon. With this study, polyps as small as 6 millimeters can be detected. This is a non-invasive procedure done in two breath holds and less than 5 minutes. With compuyer reconstruction, we can create a virtual fly through the colon, eliminating the need for placing a scope into the bowel.
Full Body Scan and Virtual Colonoscopy
Screens lower face including maxilla and mandible for identification of tumors/cancer of the salivary glands and floor of mouth. This scan also detects dysfunction of TMJ.
Bone Density Scan
The bone mineral density scan uses quantitative analysis for measuring the risk of osteoporosis for both men and women, relative to age. Early treatment of osteoporosis can prevent dibilitating hip, back, and wrist fractures.
Heart Scan/Calcium Scoring
Heart attacks are the number one killer in America. This scan is designed to identify calcium-rich hard plaques, and measures the amount of calcium deposits in the arteries that carry blood to your heart. Calcium deposits are markers for the probablity of heart disease, and typically begin to appear years before development of symptoms. Prevention today is better than treatment tomorrow.