The Woodlands, TX | 281-602-8160
Early diagnosis of your illness allows us to begin the treatment early. Take advantage of our latest diagnostic techniques which makes your life simpler. Our team works 24-hours a day, seven days a week to make sure that we deliver high level of patient care and keep you satisfied.
Count on the experience of our certified and qualified doctors for your treatment. Your health is crucial.
We provide a full range of diagnostic services, based on the latest imaging technologies available. All examinations are performed by registered technologists and interpreted by certified physicians. Our services also include x-rays, CT scans, MRI, ultra sound, cath lab, sleep lab, eco vascular testing and stress tests.
Whether it’s a slip and fall or a major accident, our emergency service is available for your assistance. We also have out patient surgery services designed for you to undergo surgery and recover faster in a comfortable, monitored room.
Have access to 24 hour emergency service.
Digital X-ray - An X-ray is produced when a small amount of radiation passes through the body and is captured on film, video or computer. These are some of the most common and useful diagnostic imaging tools available to physicians, used for everything from broken bones to gastrointestinal studies.
CT Scanner (64 slice) - CT scans (computed tomography scans) capture images from many different angles as X-rays are taken while rotating around the body. It is very useful when physicians suspect patients have medical problems not easily detected from a physical exam. After combining the images to form a three-dimensional view of a patient's body, radiologists can evaluate the results and diagnose illnesses in a variety of areas like the spine, head, abdomen and chest. Our 64-slice CT can capture images head-to-toe.
MRI Scanner - An MRI uses a magnet linked to a computer to create detailed pictures of areas inside the body. Our machine allows for more precise diagnosis, better pre-surgical planning and enhanced patient care. MRI allows evaluation of some bodily structures that may not be as visible with other diagnostic imaging methods.
Nuclear Medicine Camera - Nuclear medicine allows physicians to evaluate organs, bones and tissues from the inside out. Patients take a medication called a “radiopharmaceutical” because it emits trace amounts of radiation. The medicine may be injected, swallowed or inhaled depending on the test. Computers can then record and track how that radiation moves through the body and is absorbed by tissues.
Ultrasound (general studies) - Ultrasound is a test that bounces sound waves off tissue and organs and translates the sound waves into sonograms (pictures). Unlike x-rays and MRIs, it doesn’t use any radiation.
Ultrasound (cardiac images) - Ultrasound is a non-invasive technique that is used to generate real-time images of your body’s internal structures. Through a series of high-frequency sound waves, ultrasound technology allows for the visualization of blood vessels, or joints throughout the body . Lower extremity vascular ultrasound to evaluate for deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
ECP Therapy - External Counterpulsation Therapy is a safe, non-surgical treatment procedure that delivers great clinical benefits to patients with symptomatic coronary artery disease. External Counterpulsation Therapy is growing in popularity due to the treatment being a low risk, non-surgical treatment at a fraction of the cost of other traditional invasive procedures.