Carolina Imaging Center offers a variety of Nuclear technology procedures. Cardiolite Perfusion tests, I123 scans, and full body bone scans to name a few. Our goal for nuclear technology is to help give the patient the best care for a lower price and allowing them to get procedures like a nuclear stress test for a cardiac work-up before they have to see a cardiologist. We offer the best equipment and a technologist who is very knowledgable and compassionate about patients.
Have your next ultrasound done in the comfort of our office. Our highly qualified technicians will make sure that your procedure goes smoothly and efficiently.
Ultrasound imaging high-frequency sound waves to view inside the body. Because ultrasound images are captured in real-time, they can also show movement of the body's internal organs as well as blood flowing through the blood vessels. Unlike X-ray imaging, there is no ionizing radiation exposure associated with ultrasound imaging.
In an ultrasound exam, a transducer (probe) is placed directly on the skin or inside a body opening. A thin layer of gel is applied to the skin so that the ultrasound waves are transmitted from the transducer through the gel into the body.
Xray and Bone Desitomety
Whether you have an issue with a recent injury, or you want to make sure you take every step necessary to protect your bone health, Carolina Imaging Center offers the appropriate services for each occasion, providing you with fast appointments, often times same day, to address your every concern.
X rays are electromagnetic radiation that differentially penetrates structures within the body and creates images of these structures on photographic film or a fluorescent screen. These images are called diagnostic x rays.
Diagnostic x rays are useful in detecting abnormalities within the body. They are a painless, non-invasive way to help diagnose problems such as broken bones, tumors, and the presence of foreign bodies.
Bone densitometry is a test like an X-ray that quickly and accurately measures the density of bone. It is used primarily to detect osteopenia or osteoporosis, diseases in which the bone's mineral and density are low and the risk of fractures is increased.
We offer Echocardiogram appointments two days per week within our office from the hours of 9:00-5:00. There is no prep for this test, so it can be performed any time of the day, and it only takes about 35 minutes.
An Echocardiogram is a type of ultrasound test that uses high-pitched sound waves that are sent through a device called a transducer. The device picks up echoes of the sound waves as they bounce off the different parts of your heart.
Scheduling Your Appointment
Have your doctor's order and are ready to schedule your appointment? Simply call us at 864-226-8889 and one of our friendly associates will be happy to help you.