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EXPLORE imaging

PRO Medical offers advanced imaging technology to assist physicians with an accurate diagnosis and help in developing a treatment plan.

PRO Medical features the following imaging services and equipment to provide a clear, clean image for diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Onsite access provides convenience and expediency for those seeking care with our physicians and medical experts.


MRI is a safe and painless test that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to produce detailed pictures of the body's organs and structures; no radiation is used and there are no known risks or side effects linked with having an MRI scan. At PRO Medical, we provide a unique ambient immersive experience that puts patients in control of their environment to improve comfort.

Our 1.5T MRI Ingenia is equipped with Philips Ambient system offering a variety of dynamic LED light themes, video, and sound escapes to provide a comforting, immersive, and engaging experience. The ambient features help to reduce noise, improve comfort, and turn the examination into an event. Plus, clear patient instructions are provided in a soothing voice to help guide the patient through the examination and provide relaxing breath hold guidance. Exclusive ComforTone® sound techniques also aid in noise reduction to provide a superb patient experience.


X-Ray imaging helps your surgeon visualize internal structures (i.e. bones) without having to make an incision. This can help to diagnose, monitor, and treat many medical conditions.


DXA is the gold standard used for both body composition testing and bone density scans. With pinpoint accuracy, this unique X-ray system can provide a detailed snapshot of your body composition, revealing exactly how your body breaks down into fat, bone, and lean muscle mass tissue. DXA scans are also commonly used to diagnose osteoporosis. A small dose of ionizing radiation is used to create pictures inside the body, enabling the measurement of any bone loss.

A body composition test allows you to:

  • Measure total body fat percentage
  • Set and track goals for fitness and weight-loss
  • Monitor effectiveness of fitness training
  • Evaluate bone density (assess risk for osteoporosis)

DXA is strongly recommend if you:

  • Are a post-menopausal woman and not taking hormonal replacement therapy
  • Have a history of hip fracture or smoking
  • Are a man with clinical conditions of bone loss
  • Use medications that are known to cause bone loss
  • Have Type 1 Diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease or family history of osteoporosis
  • High bone turnover
  • Have a thyroid condition
  • Have Parathyroid condition
  • Experienced a fracture after mild trauma
  • Have X-ray evidence of vertebral fracture