Computed tomography scan (CT)

Computerized tomography, also called computed axial tomography or CAT scan, allows us to view the brain, bones, extremities, chest, abdomen and spine. Our state-of-the-art units allow us to scan patients with significantly lower levels of radiation than traditional CT scans while maintaining high-quality images. Plus, we continuously monitor radiation doses to ensure patients receive the lowest radiation dose possible for accurate, valid results.