Dr. Justin Long
WHAT IS DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY?
Diagnostic radiology is the field of medicine that uses imaging exams and procedures to diagnose a patient. In any form of medical care, diagnostic radiology plays an integral part in the diagnosis of disease or injury. Diagnostic Radiology encompasses a variety of diagnostic imaging techniques, including flouroscopy and x-ray. Diagnostic imaging allows our Radiologic Physicians to look inside your body for clues about a medical condition. A variety of machines and techniques can create pictures of the structures and activities inside your body.
DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES RADIOLOGY CONSULTANTS PERFORMS
WHO PERFORMS THESE PROCEDURES?
At Radiology Consultants, trained Radiologic Technologists perform your examination. They complete a minimum of 2 years of education in the Radiologic Sciences and pass a comprehensive National Certification Examination. Our Radiologic Technologists specialize in a wide range of areas and are certified by the state of Arkansas. All technologists must acquire continuing education hours yearly as required by state and national organizations.
At Radiology Consultants, a Physician board-certified in Radiology reads your examination. They are trained to interpret the images taken by the Technologist. Our Radiologists have a medical degree (M.D.), and also completed a Residency in Radiology. Our Radiologic Physicians are specialized in many areas including body imaging, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), neuroradiology, mammography, nuclear radiology and interventional radiology.
WHERE PROCEDURES ARE PERFORMED
WHAT ABOUT PAYMENT?
Radiology Consultants will file all insurance as a courtesy to you. Depending on the Contractual Agreement with your Insurance Company, you may owe a co-payment and/or deductible at the time of service.
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Please visit our BILLING PAGE for specific information on Insurance, Self-Pay, Motor Vehicle Accident, Cash, Debit or Major Credit Card payment options.
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Please notify the Radiologic Physician and/or Technologist if there is a possibility you are pregnant. Radiation is potentially harmful to a developing baby during pregnancy.