- diagnose disease states, such as cancer or heart disease
- show the extent of injury to body structures
- to aid in interventional procedures, such as angiography.
- Medical Radiation Technologists (MRTs) or Radiographers perform your X-ray examinations.
- Sonographers are MRTs who perform your ultrasound examinations.
- Radiologists are specialist doctors who read and understand your images. They will also be involved if you have a steroid injection and a number of other ultrasound procedures. They interpret the results of the images and send them to your doctor.
Most sites 5 days per week
7 Day X-ray located at:
- White Cross at Lunn Ave, Remuera
- Shorecare at Smales Farm
- Otara X-ray at ETHC
Procedures / Treatments
Surcharges may apply at some sites. More
Ultrasound works just like radar to make pictures of the internal organs or baby, except it uses very weak sound waves.… More
Steroid Injection with Ultrasound Guidance
Steroid injections are used to treat joints and tendons that are inflamed and sore.… More
X-rays are familiar to everyone, but there are a few things you need to be aware of.… More
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
We specialise in x-ray and ultrasound and do not do MRI. More
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This page was last updated at 11:52AM on August 19, 2014. This information is reviewed and edited by Horizon Radiology.