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CT Scan - With Contrast

Your Price $449

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CT studies require a written referral from your physician.

What do I get?

One CT exam with contrast. Your exam will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. This includes the time to complete paperwork and to get prepared for the exam. You will receive an injection of contrast to enhance your images. Also, in some cases you may drink oral contrast if we are looking at the abdomen. We will ask you to lie as still as possible so we can acquire clear images. Our technologists will be available to answer any questions that you may have.

About this service:

Computed tomography, or CT, scanning is a popular and effective way of examining any part of the body to detect the presence or absence of disease. It is extremely useful in the evaluation of acute injuries to the head, chest, abdomen, spine and pelvis.

During the CT scan, a thin beam of x-rays circles completely around the body. This information is fed into a computer system that produces a two dimensional cross sectional "slice" of a portion of the body. Via Radiology always offers low-dose CT reducing the amount of radiation in these studies.

About my CT Results:

When your exam is completed, your images will be interpreted by one of our Board Certified Radiologists and the results will be reported to your physician within 24 hours.

Please schedule a follow up appointment with your physician to review the results.

Exclusions/Prerequisites/Notes:

  • A written order from your physician is required for a CT exam.

  • If you are pregnant or may be pregnant at the time of this exam please notify your doctor prior to scheduling.

  • If you are taking oral medication for diabetes, please contact one of our schedulers to determine whether any of your medications contain metformin and need to be held. Please bring a list of your medications with you at the time of your visit.

  • The need for contrast is at the discretion of the radiologist based on the clinical question. If the type of exam changes you will be refunded and have the opportunity to repurchase the more appropriate exam which may have a greater or lower cost.


CT Scan - Without Contrast

Your Price $295
Retail Value $329

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CT studies require a written referral from your physician.

What do I get?

One CT exam without Contrast. Your exam will take approximately 45 minutes to complete. This includes the time to complete paperwork and to get prepared for the exam. We will ask you to lie as still as possible so we can acquire clear images. Our technologists will be available to answer any questions that you may have.

About this service:

Computed tomography, or CT, scanning is a popular and effective way of examining any part of the body to detect the presence or absence of disease. It is extremely useful in the evaluation of acute injuries to the head, chest, abdomen, spine and pelvis.

During the CT scan, a thin beam of x-rays circles completely around the body. This information is fed into a computer system that produces a two dimensional cross sectional "slice" of a portion of the body. Via Radiology always offers low-dose CT reducing the amount of radiation in these studies.

About my CT Results:

When your exam is completed, your images will be interpreted by one of our Board Certified Radiologists and the results will be reported to your physician within 24 hours.

Please schedule a follow up appointment with your physician to review the results.

Exclusions/Prerequisites/Notes:

  • A written order from your physician is required for a CT exam.

  • If you are pregnant or may be pregnant at the time of this exam please notify your doctor prior to scheduling.

  • The need for contrast is at the discretion of the radiologist based on the clinical question. If the type of exam changes you will be refunded and have the opportunity to repurchase the more appropriate exam which may have a greater or lower cost.


MRI - With and Without Contrast

Your Price $990

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MRI studies require a written referral from your physician.

What do I get?

One MRI exam which will take approximately one hour to complete. This includes the time to complete paperwork and to get prepared for the exam. You will receive an injection of contrast to enhance your images. We will ask you to lie as still as possible so we can acquire clear images. Our technologists will be available to answer any questions that you may have.

About this service:

You should allow one hour, although your examination may be shorter. Magnetic resonance is a type of imaging system that utilizes radio waves and a strong magnetic field to generate images of the body. A powerful computer is used to create these images by controlling the interaction of radio waves within the magnetic field and displaying these interactions as a series of pictures or images.

There are no x-rays involved so there is no cumulative risk of radiation. Magnetic resonance images can be acquired for any part of the body, but the common areas include brain, spine, neck, breast, abdomen, muscles, soft tissues and joints.

What should I wear?

Wear loose fitting, comfortable clothes. Depending on the exam, you may be asked to change into a gown.

About my MRI Results:

When your exam is completed, your images will be interpreted by one of our Board Certified Radiologists and the results will be reported to your physician within 24 hours.

Please schedule a follow up appointment with your physician to review the results.

Exclusions/Prerequisites/Notes:

  • A written order from your physician is required for an MRI exam. Consult with your physician before scheduling your appointment.

  • The need for contrast is at the discretion of the radiologist based on the clinical question. If the type of exam changes you will be refunded and have the opportunity to repurchase the more appropriate exam which may have a greater or lower cost.

  • Patients with pacemakers and some other kinds of hardware are not eligible for this service.

  • This service does not include breast MRIs, cardiac MRIs, or MR angiograms.


MRI - Without Contrast

Your Price $725

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MRI studies require a written referral from your physician.

What do I get?

One MRI exam which will take approximately one hour to complete. This includes the time to complete paperwork and to get prepared for the exam. We will ask you to lie as still as possible so we can acquire clear images. Our technologists will be available to answer any questions that you may have.

About this service:

You should allow one hour, although your examination may be shorter. Magnetic resonance is a type of imaging system that utilizes radio waves and a strong magnetic field to generate images of the body. A powerful computer is used to create these images by controlling the interaction of radio waves within the magnetic field and displaying these interactions as a series of pictures or images.

There are no x-rays involved so there is no cumulative risk of radiation. Magnetic resonance images can be acquired for any part of the body, but the common areas include brain, spine, neck, breast, abdomen, muscles, soft tissues and joints.

What should I wear?

Wear loose fitting, comfortable clothes. Depending on the exam, you may be asked to change into a gown.

About my MRI Results:

When your exam is completed, your images will be interpreted by one of our Board Certified Radiologists and the results will be reported to your physician within 24 hours.

Please schedule a follow up appointment with your physician to review the results.

Exclusions/Prerequisites/Notes:

  • A written order from your physician is required for an MRI exam. Consult with your physician before scheduling your appointment.

  • Patients with pacemakers and some other kinds of hardware are not eligible for this service.

  • The need for contrast is at the discretion of the radiologist based on the clinical question. If the type of exam changes you will be refunded and have the opportunity to repurchase the more appropriate exam which may have a greater or lower cost.


PET/CT Scan

Your Price $2,100

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PET/CT studies require a written referral from your physician.

What does the visit include?

One Positron emission tomography scan for one area.

About PET scans

An examination that involves producing physiologic images based on the detection of radiation from the emission of positrons. Positrons are tiny particles emitted from a radioactive substance administered to the patient. The subsequent views of the human body developed by PET are used to evaluate a variety of diseases.

What to expect

  • Blood Glucose check
  • An IV will be started
  • Valium will be administered
  • Once the injection of the radiotracer has been administered, you will be asked to relax and remain absolutely still for 45 min. in a quiet and dimly lit room. No reading/listening to music allowed due to muscle activity.
  • Oral Contrast will be given after about an hour
  • Scan is performed about 90 minutes after the radiotracer injection, and will last for approximately 30-45min.
  • Appointment time is approximately 3 hours.
  • Family members are not allowed in the suite during the appointment.
  • Scan results will be forwarded to your ordering physician usually within 24-48 hours

PET Pateint Instructions

  • begin your fast 6 hours before exam.
  • Last meal before you begin your fast should be a high protein / low carbohydrate meal:

DINNER (For AM appointment):

Grilled or Baked: Steak, Chicken, or Fish Any green veggies - if a salad, vinaigrette dressing only, no croutons; cheese is OK Drink 6-8 glasses of water the evening before your morning appointment. One diet soda is ok or 2 glasses of red wine (optional) ABSOLUTELY NO POTATOES, RICE, PASTA, BREAD, FRUIT OR FRUIT JUICES, CAKES, CANDY, COOKIES, ICE CREAM, AND/OR GUM.

BREAKFAST (For PM appointment):

2 eggs (any style), bacon, sausage and black coffee (no cream or sugar) Drink 6-8 glasses of water before your afternoon appointment. ABSOLUTELY NO POTATOES, RICE, CEREALS, BREAD, FRUIT OR FRUIT JUICES, CAKES, CANDY, COOKIES, AND/OR GUM. Coffee may be consumed the morning of the procedure, ONLY IF THERE IS A 6 HOUR TIME SPAN BETWEEN THE TIME OF CONSUMPTION AND TIME OF THE EXAM.

  • No exercise for 24 hours before exam.
  • Stay as warm as possible for the 24-48 hours prior to the exam.
  • Dress warmly, avoid clothing with any metal.
  • Mild muscle sedative (Valium) will be given 30 minutes before the isotope injection.
  • You must have a driver.
  • Please bring any recent/prior films you may have, especially PET or CT scans.
  • Please ensure that the time of the appointment you have chosen will be convenient for you. Due to the short half-life of the isotope and the sensitivity of the scanning sequence, the schedule must be adhered to in order to produce the best images possible. Please give at least 24 hours notice for appointment cancellation.


Ultrasound (non OB)

Your Price $249

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Ultrasound studies require a written referral from your physician.

What do I get?

One ultrasound scan. This service does NOT include exams for obstetric (baby) ultrasounds and bilateral vein mapping services.

About this service:

You should allow one hour, although your examination may be shorter. Diagnostic medical ultrasound uses no radiation but instead transmits high frequency sound waves into the body, and the returning echoes are processed by a computer into pictures which are interpreted by a radiologist. These sound waves are painless, and there are no known harmful effects at the low intensities used by modern diagnostic ultrasound equipment. Ultrasound cannot penetrate through bone, or gas in the intestines. It does pass readily through fluid. A gel is applied to the skin to conduct the sound waves from the transducer into the body.

What should I wear?

Wear loose fitting, comfortable clothes. Depending on the exam, you may be asked to change into a gown.

About my Ultrasound Results:

When your exam is completed, your images will be interpreted by one of our Board Certified Radiologists and the results will be reported to your physician within 24 hours.

Exclusions/Prerequisites/Notes:

  • THIS SERVICE REQUIRES A PHYSICIANS ORDER FROM YOUR PROVIDER. Consult with your healthcare provider before scheduling your appointment. If you do not have a healthcare provider, Sprig Health has many qualified providers to choose from. Find a Doctor

  • Depending on the type of ultrasound exam ordered you may be required to participate in preparation prior to your exam. For example be asked to drink water or to fast (no food or beverages) 6 to 8 hours prior to your exam.