Women's Healthcare Imaging of Union County logo
  • Twitter Clean
Women's Healthcare Imaging Center 1896 Morris Avenue Union, NJ 07083
Phone Number: 908-964-0004 Fax Number: 908-964-0034

Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 8:00am - 8:00pm | Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm | Saturday 8:00am - 4:00pm

  • Visit our Facebook page
  • Visit our Twitter Feed
  • Visit our Instagram account
Digital Mammography with 3D Tomosynthesis
DEXA Scan Bone Density located in Union County, NJ 07083
Digital Ultrasound at Women's Healthcare Imaging in Union, NJ
Digital X-Ray Proedures of Chest, Knee, Shouler, Spine and more.

We offer Digital Mammography with CAD, it’s the latest technology in breast imaging. It has high-speed digital imaging with a zoom lens to produce images of the breast with greater accuracy and clarity than older digital or film mammography. The system also uses the lowest possible dose of radiation and has compression paddles that adapt to each patient’s unique breast size and density to provide the utmost comfort during the screening. See Mammography Prepreparation

Women’s Healthcare Imaging uses Digital Ultrasound Equipment. It’s fast and accurate.

 

A breast ultrasound is a noninvasive procedure that may be recommended in addition to the yearly screening mammogram for women who could be at higher risk for breast cancer, have dense breasts or otherwise difficult to interpret mammograms.

 

In addition, we provide thyroid, abdominal, DVT, pelvic and renal ultrasound tests to help diagnose and treat other women’s health concerns.

This non-invasive test is performed using advanced DEXA equipment to identify potential bone mineral loss or osteoporosis.

 

Our Hologic Digital Bone Scanner uses a unique pencil beam targeted X-ray, which means our patients are only exposed to the minimum amount of radiation necessary to perform this screening. You simply lie down while a small beam passes over you.

 

Vertebral Fracture Assessment is a low radiation dose high resolution Bone Densitometry examination that can assess Vertebral Fractures and Vertebral Deformities in its early stage and enables Physicians to use drug therapy to reduce the possibility of new Vertebral Fractures by up to 50%

Routine x-rays involve exposing a part of the body to a small dose of radiation to produce an image of the bones or internal organs. When x-rays penetrate the body they are absorbed in varying amounts by different parts of the body. The most common use of routine x-ray is to diagnose bone injury and disease, such as fractures, bone infections and osteoarthritis. If you think you may be pregnant, please tell the technologist so that we can decide the best way to evaluate your situation.