Radiology Regional is committed to offering Health Screenings at an affordable, accessible price, making the choice for you to be proactive in your health care an easy one. Health screenings are an important part of understanding your body’s overall health. They can detect many types of cancers and diseases early on before symptoms are present. Early detection saves lives!
Patients must be asymptomatic (not showing any symptoms)
Patients must have an established healthcare provider
Research shows that yearly Low Dose CT scans to screen people at higher risk of lung cancer can save lives. The LDCT scan is the most effective tool for detecting lung cancer at the earliest stage.
A Low Dose CT (LDCT) scan of your heart helps to get a better understanding of your risk of heart disease and can measure your risk of a heart attack.
The CT Full Body HealthScan is a comprehensive series of CT scans that can detect certain abnormalities of the heart, lungs, and organs of the abdomen and pelvis.
The full body MRI screening looks at the brain, chest, abdomen, and pelvis in order to find abnormalities, inflammation or obstructive processes in the body. This exam is useful for individuals who are asymptomatic, yet want an overview of their current health condition.
The DEXA scan is the only scan that can diagnose osteoporosis before a fracture occurs. Treatment can prevent about half of the fractures caused by osteoporosis. A DEXA Scan gives you the knowledge to own your health.
The body composition scan, DEXAFIT, is a breakthrough health and fitness testing system that empowers individuals to understand and improve their health and fitness.
Vascular disease is often asymptomatic, meaning most symptoms don’t present until something potentially life-threatening – like an aneurysm – occurs. If you have more than one of the following risk factors, an ultrasound screening may be beneficial for you: Age 55+, have diabetes, use nicotine products, high blood pressure, overweight, high cholesterol levels, inactive lifestyle, family history of cardiovascular disease or aneurysms.
Each ultrasound screening study is performed by a registered ultrasound technologist and interpreted by a board-certified radiologist at one of our convenient locations.
No preparation is required.
The Ultrasound Screening Carotid exam utilizes B-mode and Doppler ultrasound technology to assess for blockage of the carotid arteries. Assessment will be made for plaque formation, aneurysm, and blood flow.
The Ultrasound Screening AAA is an assessment of the aortic artery for abdominal aneurysms and plaque formations within the artery.
The Ultrasound Screening ABI exam measures the bilateral pressures of the arms and legs to assess for peripheral arterial disease (PAD).