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Cat Scan (CT)
As an ACR accredited facility, we meet the highest standards of professionalism and customer courtesy available.Our facility has spared no expense in accommodating patients with the best available in technology and the transparency required to ensure each patient observes the best the medical field has to offer.
CAT/CT Scan Preparation and Procedures

Our Cat Scan equipment is state-of-the-art technology. Our machine has a large opening that can accommodate patients up to 350 pounds. When having a CT exam done at our facility, we will explain the procedure step by step to make for an efficient and comfortable experience. Compared to MRI, CT scans are fairly short.

What does a Cat Scan (CT) exam do?

A CT exam combines high quality and specialized x-ray equipment with specialized computer technology to produce a series of images (pictures) of the inside of the body. Each cross-sectional image can be sliced further to be examined and read by a radiologist.

Here are some of the CT exams we offer. Call us to see if we offer the type of exam you’re looking for as all of our exams are not listed below:
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CT of the Abdomen & Pelvis

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CT of the Brain

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CT of the Chest

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CT of the Joints

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CT of the Cervical Spine

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CT of the Thoracic Spine

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CT of the Lumbar Spine

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CT of the Soft Tissue Neck

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CT of the Shoulder

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CT of the Sinuses

For more information, please review the following link: Computed Tomography Info

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Contrast material for CT exams come in two formats. There is an injectible IV contrast and an oral contrast. Both types of contrast enhance the images of the body part being taken to provide greater detail to the reading radiologist. All exams may be performed with contrast, with & without contrast, and no contrast as requested by your doctor.

A CT exam combines high quality x-ray images taken in three dimensions. It then uses specialized computer processing to produce a series of images of the inside of the body. Each cross-sectional image can be sliced further to be examined and read by a radiologist. Usually, doctors request a CT exam to observe internal organs, bones, blood vessels, and soft tissue. CT offers better image quality compared to an x-ray exam and can provide a faster diagnosis of emergent situations.

We provide a 24-hour report turnaround and 2-hour STAT readings requested by your physician!