Over 40,000 examinations performed each year
Same-day emergency appointments available
Ultrasound results available the same day, and MRI results within 48 hours
Advance the health and well-being of referred clients, diagnose all requests in a highly professional manner, prevent accidents and complications, provide treatment support to patients and their referring physicians, and work in close partnership with other public, private, and community resources—those are the aims and objectives of our Echo-Médic & Réso-Médic medical imaging clinic.
We also recognize and undertake the responsibilities entrusted to us, and endeavour to keep abreast of advances and to be proactive on all aspects of our management. We are particularly proud of our community involvement, which greatly alleviates pressure on existing services at health and social service centres both locally and in surrounding regions. Our company comprises a team of professional, highly skilled radiologists who strive every day to maintain the highest quality standards and offer the best possible service.
Diagnostic ultrasound is the use of high-frequency sound waves to view internal body structures. A small device called a probe is used to transmit sound waves into the body, which are then reflected off organs and body tissues. Those reflections (echoes) bounce back to the probe and are converted electronically into images. If blood flow is being assessed, audible sound as well as an image can be produced.Read more
MRI, short for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, is an advanced imaging technology that provides doctors with the means to look at internal organs, blood vessels, muscles, joints, tumours or infected areas—without using x-rays or surgery. MRI uses a magnet so it is a very safe method of examination and has no adverse effects. MRI does not expose you to any radiation.Read more
Musculoskeletal ultrasound—an accurate and dynamic examination technique—is a method of choice for diagnosing certain musculoskeletal disorders in tendons or muscles, for which x-rays lack sensitivity and specificity.
The drug normally injected is cortisone, a derivative of a natural hormone with anti-inflammatory properties. Injections are commonly used and have been shown to be extremely effective in alleviating pain and promoting healing. The procedure involves applying an effective local anesthetic and injecting cortisone directly into the affected area.Read more
A new non-surgical and non-drug treatment is available for patients with tendon injuries, osteoarthritis, ligament injuries or muscle injuries: A-PRPⓇ therapy. An innovative solution to stimulate the natural healing of tendons and cartilage. Effective, safe and simple, this therapy is performed at our clinic by a physician specialized in diagnostic and interventional radiology.Read more
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