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Austin orthopedic x-ray and MRI

Imaging Services

Texas Orthopedics is fully equipped with state-of-the-art onsite imaging equipment to help our orthopedic doctors, physiatrists, and rheumatologist diagnose and treat muscle, nerve, bone, tendon, ligament, and cartilage injuries and conditions.

By providing onsite imaging, our specialists can diagnose patients with urgent needs quickly, or offer patients with less urgent needs conveniently-located imaging services under one roof.

Be sure to bring any CD's with previous diagnostic images performed by another physician to your appointment.

Our onsite diagnostic imaging assessments include:

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is an outpatient imaging procedure that produces very detailed views of internal structures, including soft tissues. MRI helps doctors check for abnormalities and diagnose injuries and conditions. MRI is a painless procedure that simply requires that patients remain still while the images are taken.

MRI services are available at our Northwest Austin, South Austin, and Cedar Park locations. All three of our MRI facilities are nationally accredited by the American College of Radiology.

Learn more about MRI.

X-Ray

X-rays create images of internal body structures to help diagnose orthopedic conditions, such as a broken bone, and plan treatments, such as setting a broken bone. X-rays are extremely quick outpatient procedures.

X-rays are available at all six Texas Orthopedics locations.

Learn more about X-rays.

Bone Density Testing (DEXA)

Bone density testing is an imaging evaluation used to help diagnose osteoporosis and assess bone integrity after the use of certain medications or in relation to some medical conditions. Bone density testing is a short painless outpatient imaging procedure.

Bone density testing is available at our Northwest Austin location.

Need to schedule an MRI or bone scan? Call (512) 439-1001 or request an appointment online at Texas Orthopedics.