Services to Meet Every Need
Throughout the RAYUS network, we offer a variety of high-quality, high-value services to help you get the answers you need. Click on the services below to learn more and to find a center near you.
Services vary by location, check your local center’s page for services offered.
A bone density test is simple, safe and painless, and will help your doctor determine if you have osteoporosis.
CT combines the power of X-rays with computers to capture multiple pictures of the inside of your body.
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.
Our specialists provide precise, image-guided injection procedures and biopsies to target and diagnose the root cause of pain.
The RAYUS Pain Care team specializes in evaluating pain and underlying conditions to identify which tests and treatments will best resolve your pain. If appropriate, medications may be prescribed on a short-term basis to allow you to tolerate your therapies and ease your current pain.
Our interventional radiologists are extensively trained in the field of minimally invasive techniques, providing state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment for vascular-related conditions.
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.
PET/CT exams show changes in your body during the early stages of a disease. It is one of the most powerful tools in cancer diagnosis and staging, and it can also provide important information about neurological conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
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.
Electrocardiogram (EKG) is a fast, painless way to help your doctor detect and diagnose heart conditions.