Digital X-Rays - Comprehensive Care Services

Medical clinics offer many comprehensive care services. The following imaging steps will aid with diagnosing and treating a medical condition that you are currently experiencing. Digital X-Rays Digital X-rays produce images quickly. Digital equipment is used in many modern medical facilities. A digital X-ray relies upon the use of a sensor and a display screen. A radiologic technologist will perform the X-ray process. X-rays will determine fractures and sprains. X-rays can also be used to detect soft tissue injuries and various ailments. Read More 

Diagnosing Iron-Deficiency Anemia

Iron-deficiency anemia is common and it can be caused by a number of various conditions. It is a very common condition seen in menstruating people and those who do not consume enough iron-rich foods. While some people barely notice the symptoms of iron-deficiency anemia, others may experience severe and sometimes debilitating symptoms. Here are some ways your doctor can diagnose iron deficiency anemia, and once your diagnosis has been confirmed, an effective treatment plan will be implemented. Read More 

The Next Steps After An Abnormal PSA

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test is a blood test used as a screening tool to help diagnose prostate cancer. Although an elevated PSA can be consistent with cancer, it is possible to have an abnormal PSA without cancer. The next steps after an abnormal PSA are imperative to identifying cancer if it exists.  Biopsy The only definitive test to diagnose prostate cancer is a biopsy. There are several techniques used to perform a biopsy. Read More