- 5775 Wayzata Blvd., Suite 190 St. Louis Park, MN 55416
This center is open – hours may vary based on the needs of our patients and referring clinicians. For scheduling and questions, please call 952-541-1840.
A bone density test is simple, safe and painless, and will help your doctor determine if you have osteoporosis.
Whether it’s your first time getting a mammogram or you are having a diagnostic procedure, our breast cancer screening and diagnostic services are designed to deliver a more personalized, comfortable experience.
CT combines the power of X-rays with computers to capture multiple pictures of the inside of your body.
Our specialists provide precise, image-guided injection procedures and biopsies to target and diagnose the root cause of pain.
- Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC)
- Bursa Injection
- Carpal Tunnel Injection
- CDI Pain Care
- Epidural Steroid Injection
- Facet Joint Injection
- Facet Nerve Injection
- Fine Needle Biopsy
- Kyphoplasty (Vertebral Augmentation)
- Muscle and Tendon Injections
- Nerve Root Block
- Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
- Radiofrequency Rhizotomy
- Regenerative Medicine
- Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Injection
- Stellate Ganglion (Sympathetic) Block
- Steroid Injection
- Trigger Point Injection
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a test your doctor may order to diagnose a disease or injury, or to see how well a treatment is working.
Advanced images of organs and tissues are captured with the use of a radioactive “tracer” (radionuclide or radioisotope) to make them visible.
Ultrasound is a quick and easy exam that is often used as a first diagnostic imaging step.
X-ray is a quick, easy exam that produces images of the structures inside your body.
Schedule an Appointment
Call to make an appointment or ask questions. We’re happy to help and are often able to schedule patients on short notice.
Call 952-541-1840 to schedule your appointment today.
What to Expect
Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment.
- Certified technologist to guide you through the process
- Expert radiologists to interpret images
- Free, convenient parking
- Results delivered to your provider within 24 hours of your procedure or exam
Cost & Insurance Information
When it comes to diagnostic imaging, cost is certainly important. But quality is equally, if not more, important. Our goal is to provide you the best value by providing the highest-quality answers and service at a more affordable cost.
Covered by most insurance plans
We accept most major insurance plans, including auto accident, workers’ compensation and government-funded programs. In most cases, we are an in-network provider, but please refer to your health plan information to confirm your coverage and requirements for acquiring pre-authorization.
Please bring your insurance card to your appointment. Specific questions regarding your policy and coverage should be directed to your insurance carrier as insurance plans and benefits vary widely.
Call for a personalized price estimate
If you want to know the cost of your imaging exam before your appointment, call your center and ask for an insurance specialist to provide a personalized price estimate based on your coverage. Please have the following information available:
- Your referring doctor’s name
- The name of the procedure (example: Knee MRI with contrast)
- Your insurance card, coverage information or whether it is self-pay
If you are price comparison shopping, use this grid to help you compare the quality and value of imaging providers.
Understanding your bill
In most cases you will receive a global bill that combines the technical fee and professional fees. If you are a Medicare patient, or if you are visiting a center affiliated with a hospital or health system, you will receive a separate technical bill for the scan and a professional bill for the radiologist interpretation.
If you have any questions, please call the contact number provided on your statement.
Paying your bill
We offer easy, convenient payment options through our secure online payment portal.