Our state of the art in-house diagnostic equipment allows us to quickly diagnose a wide range of illness. We offer a complete array of blood diagnostic machines, ultrasound and advanced digital radiograph equipment, among other tools. We also have relationships with the most advanced reference laboratories in the country.
Ultrasound - Our state-of-the-art ultrasound machine allows us to noninvasively diagnose a wide-range of disease, evaluate for soft-tissue abnormalities like masses and cancer and safely retrieve sterile urine samples.
Digital Radiographs (X-rays) - Used for the diagnosis of orthopedic and soft-tissue injuries or disease, including fractures, cancers, abdominal foreign bodies and bladder stones.
In-house Chemistry Analyzer - Allows for the diagnosis of a wide range of diseases, including diabetes, kidney disease, liver disease, hyperthyroidism and electrolyte imbalances. This machine can also be used for same-day pre-anesthetic bloodwork purposes.
In-house Complete Blood Count Analyzer - Allows for the diagnosis of anemias, platelet disorders or infectious, inflammatory or neoplastic diseases causing white blood cell derangement.
In-house Urinalysis Analyzer - Allows the the quick assessment of urine, including image capture, which allows us to physically visualize any bacteria or crystals noted in the urine.
Microscope - Useful for determining the cause of ear infections, skin diseases, intestinal disorders, urinary issues and analyzing certain types of growths and tumors.
TonoPen - This is an advanced piece of technology that measures eye pressure, which is useful for the diagnosis of Glaucoma and other eye-related illness.
Digital Dental Radiographs (X-rays) - Used for routine dental procedures to assess for bone loss and tooth root abscesses that are below the gum line, and therefore impossible to see otherwise. This is an identical machine used by human dentists during wellness visits to keep an accurate record of changes to our teeth. This machine also allows us to confirm that an entirety of a tooth has been removed in the event that dental extractions are required, thereby preventing painful disease and infection in the future.