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Pinehurst Medical Clinic Imaging department provides diagnostic testing that includes:  Bone Density scans; Computed Tomography (CT) scans; Ultrasound and X-ray. These  tests must be ordered and scheduled by your physician.

Bone Density

A Bone Density scan is utilized to aid physicians in the diagnosis of osteoporosis. Our densitometers are state of the art GE/Lunar Prodigy Advance which provide quality images with a low dose of radiation. Our technologists are registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and the International Society for Clinical Densitometry (ISCD) and have over 20 years experience. Our Bone Density department is located at our 205 Page Rd (East) location and at the Sanford Medical Group (555 Carthage Street in Sanford).

Computerized Tomography (CT)

Pinehurst Medical Clinic has a 64 slice Philips Brilliance CT scanner. Our scanner utilizes a low dose feature that allows us to reduce radiation exposure to the patient. Our technologists are registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). We also have Registered Nurses on staff to assist with the CT procedures. Our CT department is located at our 205 Page Rd (East) location.

Ultrasound

Pinehurst Medical Clinic offers Vascular and General sonographic procedures. Our sonographers are nationally double board certified with over 20 years experience. Our Ultrasound systems include both Philips and GE equipment that are state of the art in the sonography field. We provide Ultrasound services at both our 205 Page Rd (East) and Heather Glen locations.

X-ray

Pinehurst Medical Clinic patients needing diagnostic x-rays have access to a state of the art Philips Digital Diagnost x-ray room in our Heather Glen facility and a Fuji Computerized Radiography unit in our 205 Page Rd (East) location and at the Sanford Medical Group (555 Carthage Street in Sanford). Our Radiologic Technologists are certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and have over 40 years combined experience. These technologists obtain continuing education to stay abreast of all new radiologic procedures and protocols so they may improve x-ray images while reducing patient radiation exposure.