Diagnostic Radiology Services in Long Island & Queens
At Neighborhood Radiology Services, we provide the latest in diagnostic imaging technology, allowing us to accurately diagnose health conditions at their earliest stages. All exams are performed in our state-of-the-art radiology centers, using the highest quality equipment certified by the American College of Radiology (ACR). Our experienced radiology team performs the full range of diagnostic radiology services, including MRI, CT, ultrasound, and x-ray, among many others.
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What is diagnostic radiology?
Diagnostic radiology is a branch of medicine that specializes in non-invasive image testing, using low level radiation, magnetism, radio waves, or sound waves to create highly detailed images of the inside of the body. These images help your doctor to diagnose a wide range of health conditions, many of which are highly treatable when discovered and diagnosed in early stages.
Radiology centers, such as Neighborhood Radiology Services, specialize in the latest imaging technology, offering cutting-edge services such as echocardiograms, bone density scans, and digital x-rays, which provide patients and physicians with the ability to diagnose and treat health conditions earlier.
What types of diagnostic radiology exams are available at Neighborhood Radiology Services?
At Neighborhood Radiology’s imaging centers in Queens & Long Island, we specialize in the following diagnostic imaging services:
- Highfield Open MRI
- CT/CTA scan
- Musculoskeletal ultrasound
- Digital x-ray
- Bone density scan
- Nuclear medicine
Who should use diagnostic radiology services?
In most cases, your family doctor / primary care provider will refer you to a radiologist whenever a diagnostic imaging test is needed. This is usually when there is a suspected health condition that your doctor needs further information about before making a diagnosis, or when your doctor needs to rule out certain conditions as a precaution.
Speak with your doctor if you have concerns about any irregularities, including lumps, swelling, discomfort, or other problems. A diagnostic imaging test can help you and your doctor determine the underlying cause of an abnormality and begin treating the condition, if necessary.
To learn more, contact our board-certified diagnostic radiologists at Neighborhood Radiology Services, with locations throughout the New York Metropolitan Area. Fill out the form to request an appointment or call 800-220-2220.