Ultrasound Services

Elevated Imaging offers Ultrasound services. Ultrasound, also known as sonography, is a medical imaging technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of structures within the body.

Advanced Ultrasound Imaging

At Elevated Imaging , we provide precision with cutting-edge Ultrasound technology. We specialize in unparalleled image resolution, allowing you to visualize even the finest anatomical details with utmost clarity.

Our services are crucial for various medical purposes, including, monitoring fetal development during pregnancy, diagnosing conditions affecting organs such as the liver, kidneys, abdominal, heart, and evaluation of blood flow.


Expert Ultrasound Imaging

Our facility uses state-of-the-art ultrasound equipment, engineered to redefine diagnostic capabilities and patient care. Our ultrasound services offer a comprehensive suite of features including 3D imaging, doppler capabilities, and more.

Preparation for Your Ultrasound

Before an Ultrasound at Elevated Imaging, you may be asked to wear comfortable clothing, or may be asked to change into a gown depending on the procedure. Other preparations may require the patient to drink water. Those instructions will be consulted with the patient prior to the study. The process is painless and non-invasive.

Our Comprehensive Ultrasound Services

Elevated Imaging offers a broad spectrum of ultrasound services, encompassing breast, abdominal, pelvic, and vascular studies, along with specialized scans like echocardiograms.

Safety and Patient Comfort

Ultrasound, a procedure approved by the U.S. FDA, is safe and uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images. Patients can eat before the exam and return to normal activities right after. We recommend wearing comfortable, loose-fitting clothing during the scan.

The Ultrasound  Experience

Our technologists explain the procedure thoroughly and maintain communication throughout the scan. Patients may hear harmless sound waves. We prioritize comfort for all patients, including those with physical limitations.

Results and Reporting

A Board Certified radiologist analyzes the ultrasound images and the results are then discussed with the patient by the referring physician.

 

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