Radiology Centers in Connecticut

Use our radiology services for a fast and accurate diagnosis.

When you’re in pain, getting an X-ray should be quick and convenient. That’s why we offer in-office radiology in our 20 locations so you can get diagnostic tests without leaving the building. We also use the latest technology – including state-of-the-art equipment at our three MRI Centers – so you can be sure that your orthopaedic doctor will have a more accurate and effective interpretation for your diagnosis and treatment. Regardless of your injury, the professional, compassionate team at Connecticut Orthopaedics will get you the radiology services you need to diagnose your injury or condition and begin treatment.

In-Office Diagnostic Testing

  • Digital X-Rays
  • Dexa Scans to Measure Bone Density
  • Electromyography (EMG)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Nerve Conduction Studies (NCV)
  • Orthopaedic Ultrasound

Our Comprehensive Approach to Radiology

When evaluating your injury or condition, our team uses a variety of diagnostic imaging techniques so we can develop an accurate diagnosis. Many of these services, like X-rays, are available in office and at our Urgent Care | Walk-In centers so you won’t have to leave the building and your doctor will get the results immediately.

We have three state-of-the-art MRI Centers that are conveniently located to best serve your needs. This non-invasive technology lets us see inside your body without the use of X-rays to help us determine the right treatment for you. The MRI exam is performed by a select group of highly qualified and caring radiology technologists who have received specialized training to meet the quality standards that our physicians require. If your doctor finds that you need an MRI exam, we will work with you to get one scheduled as quickly as possible and one of our staff radiologists will read the results.

Other types of radiology tests we offer include Electromyography (EMG) to measure and record activity in your muscles; Nerve Conduction Studies (NCV) to asses nerve damage and diagnose disorders such as carpal tunnel syndrome; and Dexa Scans to measure bone density to diagnose osteoporosis. We also use orthopaedic ultrasound to evaluate soft tissue structures such as muscles, tendons, and vascular structures, and as a tool to more accurately place shoulder, knee and hip injections.

For more information on our radiology centers in Connecticut or to schedule an appointment with one of our doctors, please contact us today.