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Our Carole Pump Women’s Center is fully equipped to meet your women’s imaging needs. We are accredited under the Mammography Quality Standards Act and by the American College of Radiology, and are FDA-Certified for meeting high professional standards of safety and quality.
Getting a mammogram is still the gold standard for breast cancer detection and the American Cancer Society recommends an annual mammography screening for all healthy women beginning at age 40. Why is it so important? Mammograms can help doctors detect abnormalities and changes in breast tissue before they start to cause symptoms.
Early detection and treatment of breast cancer can be life-saving, so let us make it easy for you to take the preventive screening that could make all the difference. Learn more about the Signs & Symptoms of Breast Cancer.
Osteoporosis is a bone-thinning disease that can lead to debilitating fractures, typically in the spine, hip, and wrist. Although the condition is often considered a “women’s disease,” men may also be affected. Many people don’t know they have osteoporosis until they have a fracture or have a bone density scan, also known as bone densitometry or DEXA.
A bone density scan is a simple, non-invasive test that uses a very small dose of radiation to measure a person’s bone loss.
Bone density screening can help to:
The National Osteoporosis Foundation recommends that you have a bone density test if:
A bone density test may also be necessary if you have any of the following:
To view a video of a dexascan (bone density scan), click here.
For more information, please call 844.749.4775.