Regional One Health’s Imaging Center – Serving Memphis & the Mid-South
You’re in Good Hands With Our Better CT Scans
Get remarkably detailed CT Scan images while significantly reducing radiation exposure with one of our machines. Our equipment is more than twice as fast as conventional multi-slice scanners.
Imagine, the ability to capture images of a beating heart within 5 beats and the whole body within 10 seconds!
Contact our central scheduling office for hassle-free appointments to fit your life.
Imaging Center Located At Our New East Campus
Our imaging center is located in East Memphis where 385 crosses Kirby Parkway.
6555 Quince Road
Memphis, TN 38119
Additional Imaging Services
by Regional One Health
Our Staff Also Performs the Latest Imaging Guided Procedures
- Facet Injections – A numbing agent or anesthetic is injected into the cervical, thoracic or lumbar facet joint.
- SI Joint Injections – A two-part joint injection in the sacroiliac joint. First a local anesthetic is used then a steroid is injected into the sacroiliac joint.
- Epidural Steroids – Steroids injected into the Epidural Space of the spine.
- UGI – Using contrast, radiologists can examine the GI tract with an upper gastrointestinal series (UGI) and x-ray.
- Cystograms – With radiocontrast, an X-ray allows doctors to evaluate for cancer of the bladder, polyps, hydronephrosis, and vesicoureteral reflux.
- VCUG’s – A voiding cystourethrogram uses fluoroscopy to visualize the urinary tract and bladder as urine moves through it. A VCUG can diagnose vesicoureteral reflux.
- IVP’s – An intravenous pyelogram (IVP) allows physicians to survey the kidneys, ureters and bladder using injected contrast and x-ray.
- Hysterosalpingography (uterosalpingography) – Using fluoroscopy and contrast material, doctors view the structures of a woman’s uterus and fallopian tubes. Also known as uterosalpingography.
- Contrast Venography – Using an injected compound when taking an x-ray, the condition of veins and how blood flows through them can be investigated.
- Myelography – Using contrast dye and either X-rays or computed tomography (CT) a myelogram can detect issues with the spinal canal/cord, nerves, and soft tissues.