AMC offers a comprehensive range of the latest medical imaging technology. The state-of-the-art diagnostics available through AMC allow doctors to accurately diagnose injuries, allowing for better care and quicker recovery.

  • Computerized Tomography (CT)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Ultrasound
  • X-Ray

Medical images are sent to AMC’s world renowned radiologists Dr.’s John Feller, Adam Brochert, and Christopher Hancock. As the leading experts in their field, AMC gives our patients access to America’s top radiologists from the other side of the globe. Scans done at our clinic are not only interpreted by local radiologists but also sent off to our team abroad. This ensures added accuracy and peace of mind for both you and your physician.

  • X-Ray

    An X-ray is a quick, painless test that produces images of the inside your body. It is most commonly used to examine bone issues such as fractures, infections, arthritis, decay and osteoporosis. It can also be used to screen for the following:

    • Breast cancer
    • Enlarged heart
    • Blocked blood vessels
    • Digestive tract problems
    • Swallowed items
    • Lung conditions
  • Ultrasound

    Ultrasound is a safe and painless procedure that uses low-power sound waves to evaluate different body parts. A standard ultrasound exam takes approximately 30 minutes to an hour. Most ultrasound exams require no preparation. However, when you schedule your ultrasound, your doctor will provide you with specific instructions regarding your exam. Ultrasounds are commonly used for the following purposes:
    • Assess a fetus
    • Diagnose gallbladder disease
    • Evaluate flow in blood vessels
    • Guide a needle for biopsy or tumor treatment
    • Evaluate a breast lump
    • Check your thyroid gland
    • Study your heart
    • Diagnose some forms of infection
    • Diagnose some forms of cancer
    • Reveal abnormalities in the genitalia and prostate
    • Evaluate abnormalities of the muscles and tendons

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

    Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a noninvasive way for your doctor to examine your organs, tissues and skeletal system. It uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of within your body.

    MRI is commonly used to diagnose the following body parts:

    • Bones and joints
    • Internal organs
    • Heart and blood vessels
    • Brain and spinal cord
    • Breasts
  • Computerized Tomography (CT)

    Computerized tomography (CT scan) is a series of X-rays taken in “slices” that can be viewed by your doctor individually or in conjunction to create an accurate image of almost any body part.  CT scans are most commonly used to diagnose the following:
    • Trauma injuries
    • Bone and muscle disorders
    • Locate tumors
    • Guide surgery
    • Monitor diseases
    • Detect internal injuries and bleeding