Ultrasound Clinic in Coral Springs, FL
Whenever you or your loved ones are sick, it can be worrisome. Luckily our team of medical professionals here at Integrated HealthCare of South Florida fully understands and empathizes with any concern you may have. That is why we are happy to provide excellent in-house ultrasound services to help you find the answers you need. For more information, please contact us or schedule an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 9750 NW 33 Street, Suite 212 Coral Springs, FL 33065.
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What is an ultrasound?
Is ultrasound safe?
How is an ultrasound performed?
Diagnostic ultrasonography is an imaging method that employs sound waves to produce pictures of your internal organs and other bodily structures. It is sometimes referred to as sonography or diagnostic medical sonography. Pictures can be used to identify a range of conditions and plan treatments. Most ultrasound exams employ ultrasound equipment that is outside of your body, while certain ultrasound exams call for putting a tiny device into your body.
Since it has been in use for more than 20 years, ultrasound imaging has a stellar safety record. It does not have the same hazards as X-rays or other imaging technologies that employ ionizing radiation because it is based on non-ionizing radiation.
At Integrated Healthcare of South Florida, we offer the following ultrasound in our clinic:
-Carotid Artery Ultrasound
-Leg Venous Ultrasound
-Abdominal Aortic Screening
Carotid Artery Ultrasound:
Carotid ultrasonography is a painless, noninvasive procedure that uses sound waves to look at the carotid arteries. It also measures the thickness of the carotid artery wall and scans for clots.
Leg Venous Ultrasound
Leg vein ultrasound is a type of vascular ultrasound that uses ultrasound technology to take pictures of blood vessels such as veins and arteries.
Abdominal Aortic Screening
The aorta, the main blood vessel that runs from the heart through the abdomen, can become swollen and enlarged. Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening can detect this. The term “abdominal aortic aneurysm” or “AAA” refers to this swelling or bump.
There are several uses for ultrasound, including:
-Identify gallbladder illness
-Assess the blood flow
-For a biopsy or tumor treatment, lead the needle.
-Check a breast lump.
-Verify your thyroid function
-Identify genitalia and prostate issues
-Evaluation of joint inflammation (synovitis)
-Consider metabolic bone disease
And many more!
An ultrasound technician, also called a sonographer, applies a special lubricating gel to the abdomen to prevent friction from the ultrasound probe pressing against the skin. Ultrasound gel also helps in the transmission of sound waves. The device used, called a transducer, resembles a microphone in appearance. It sends high-frequency sound waves through the body that bounce off dense objects such as organs and bones. These echoes are reflected back onto the computer, creating an image on your screen.
If you are in need of an ultrasound, come to Integrated HealthCare of South Florida today! Our kind and compassionate professionals are experienced at performing ultrasounds and can help you determine the health of your baby. Call us today to book an appointment, or visit our clinic conveniently. We serve patients from Coral Springs FL, Coconut Creek FL, Margate FL, Parkland FL, Tamarac FL, Boca Raton FL, Sunrise FL, Lauderdale Lakes FL, and nearby areas.
Additional Services You May Like
Additional Services You May Like
- Primary Care
- Heart Health
- Same Day Services
- Men’s Health
- High Blood Pressure
- Pre-Op Exams
- Wellness & Weight Loss Programs
- Annual Wellness Exam
- Blood Testing
- EKG Services
- Tuberculin Skin Testing
- Diabetes Management
- Pulmonary Function Test
- Thyroid Disorders
- Holter Monitoring
- Pacemaker Checks
- Abdominal Aortic Ultrasound
- Carotid Artery Ultrasound
- Leg Venous Ultrasound