Radiography is one of the most commonly used diagnostic tools in veterinary practice. Our state of the art digital X-ray system allows for faster and more enhanced images while using a lower and safer exposure of radiation to your pet. X-ray images can be quickly referred for consultation to a Board Certified Radiologist from our facility.
Ultrasonography (commonly called ultrasound) is the second most commonly used imaging procedure in veterinary practices. We have the capability to provide diagnostic ultrasound for a variety of medical conditions or to confirm pregnancy. It uses ultrasonic sound waves to create images of body structures based on the pattern of echoes reflected from the tissues and organs. Ultrasound is much better than x-rays at showing the soft tissues within the body.