At Midstate Radiology Associates, we are proud to offer a wide range of imaging services to patients at our convenient Connecticut locations. Our team of radiologists each have their own special area of focus in the field. From cancer screenings to routine X-rays, we offer quality care and accurate results. Using the most sophisticated technology, we offer the following services.
Advanced Women’s Imaging
Our team of advanced women’s imaging radiologists provide quality medical care to their female patients. Breast, reproductive organs, vein and bone health are tested using a variety of screening procedures, such as MRIs and biopsies.
This area of radiology tests patients for a variety of diseases, including vascular conditions, cancer and chronic pain, using minimally-invasive procedures. Using image-guided technology for accurate results, interventional radiology is much safer than open surgery.
This subspecialty is dedicated to the diagnostic imaging of a patient’s brain and central nervous system. Image-guided evaluations of the brain, neck, spinal cord and nervous system may be performed to identify stroke risk, tumors, nerve disorders and more.
Radiologists who provide oncologic/body imaging services are well-versed in many areas, including the chest, abdomen and pelvis. These professionals perform X-rays, CT scans, MRIs and other image-guided biopsy techniques to identify cancer and other medical disorders.
Screening & Preventative Services
This subspecialty of radiology concentrates on the future health of our patients. We have an advanced, high-risk assessment to identify breast cancer risk, managed by our Director of Screening and Preventative Services, Meghan Burgess, MSN, NP-C, AOCNP.
Sports Medicine, Musculoskeletal & Orthopedic Imaging
Radiologists who specialize in sports medicine can diagnose injuries sustained by athletes, as well as other musculoskeletal issues resulting from overexertion. We use the most advanced technology to screen bones, joints and muscle tissue to discover the underlying problem.