Thank you for your support during this unprecedented time. As Texas begins to re-open, we to will be getting back to normal. Beginning May 4th, all patients will be seen without restrictions for their diagnostic tests. Our operational hours will remain Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Pregnant patients who need to undergo medical imaging often question if certain scans will affect their baby. It is generally safe to have imaging tests while a woman is pregnant under the recommendation of your physician, and no harm will come to your growing baby.
There are multiple and significant reasons why you shouldn’t put off an MRI during the pandemic. Some will be obvious, but others may surprise you. In the beginning of the pandemic many critical tests and routine preventatives were postponed, but now as the levels of the virus decrease,
Could getting your COVID-19 vaccine affect the results of your mammogram? Maybe. A common side effect of the COVID-19 vaccine is swollen lymph nodes under the arm on the same side as the vaccine injection. Here are a few things to know about lymph node swelling,
X-rays and other imaging tests have become almost commonplace. The name neuroradiology or neuroimaging implies that it helps physicians diagnose abnormalities of the brain, spine, head and neck. Let’s define in detail what is neuroradiology.
Thank you for trusting us with your care. We are doing everything we can to ensure your safety. PATIENT PARKING ALERT! Parking lot 5 is currently closed for repair, please use lot 8. Click here for the updated map. Before entering our center,
We understand that to remain proactive about our health we should have regular screenings. Colon cancer screenings like colonoscopies, mammograms, blood tests, and skin cancer screenings are all valuable ways to prevent serious disease or catch it while it is still treatable.
Would you buy a new car without knowing the price? Of course you wouldn’t. So why should you accept that the cost of your healthcare is a secret and not transparent? The correct answer is you shouldn’t. If Southwest Diagnostic Imaging Center recommends you have an X-Ray,
Your physician has referred you for an MRI or other imaging scan, but many patients are not aware that they have a choice of facilities. You don’t necessarily need to go to a hospital setting for your test. You can choose an outpatient imaging center,
A Magnetic Resonance Imaging scan, or MRI, is one of the greatest tools physicians have for diagnosing many conditions that an X-Ray can not. It looks at organs inside the body using a large magnet and radio waves. If your physician has referred you to have one,
Let’s begin by defining a breast cancer screening. A screening means that there are no issues with your breast and its purpose is to rule out any unknown problems. Now here are some common FAQs on breast cancer screening.