Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX

(214) 515-0016 · 712 N. Washington Avenue Suite 102, Dallas, TX 75246
Monday – Friday: 7:00am – 9:00pm · Saturday: 8:00am – 1:00pm

For scheduling & questions: (214) 515-0016 • To send us a fax: (214) 515-0026 • E-mail us

Welcome to American Health Imaging Dallas

Quality Care, Tailored to Your Needs

When you’re concerned about your health, every detail matters – and every day counts. At American Health Imaging, our promise to you is to deliver clear, accurate, and reliable results on a schedule that meets your needs and time constraints. With facilities conveniently located on Washington Avenue, across the street from Baylor University Medical Center, and the ability to book same-day, evening, and weekend appointments, you and your doctor will soon have the information you need to make key decisions about your healthcare.
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A Safe, Comfortable Patient Experience

With highly trained radiologists and the state-of-the-art imaging equipment, we also promise crystal clear images and thorough, insightful reports delivered to your doctor by the next business day. Our commitment to technology and caring technologists ensure a safe, worry-free experience, and we’ll walk you through every step of the process from appointment to report.

Affordable, Accessible, and Worry-Free

Finally, given the financial concerns that often accompany health complications, we pledge to make your imaging as affordable as possible. Our exams cost up to 75% less than equivalent tests at hospitals, we accept most insurance plans, and we offer competitive self-pay rates.

At American Health Imaging, we know you have a choice in imaging providers. We hope to see you soon.

Services Offered

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a safe, pain-free imaging technique that combines magnets and radio waves to create detailed images of your body’s structures. While x-rays are typically used to view bones and joints, MRI is perfectly suited for organs, muscles and other soft tissues.

What to Expect During Your MRI

Typically lasting 30 to 60 minutes, MRI exams require very little preparation. Your technologist will simply ask you to remove jewelry, belts and other metal objects, and they will help you lie comfortably on a cushioned table. That table will then slide into the circular MRI machine, where you’ll remain for the duration of the exam. As the technologist collects images, they’ll be able to see, hear and speak to you, alleviating any concerns you may have.

Computed tomography (CT) uses a rotating series of x-rays to produce cross-sectional pictures of your body. These pictures appear as “slices” of a specific body part, and they show much more detail than traditional, flat x-rays.

Like MRI, CT is safe, painless and noninvasive. While MRI is most often used to examine muscles, organs and tumors, CT is generally applied to fractures, blood clots and abdominal injuries. In all cases, our skilled radiologists will consult with your doctor to determine which scan will deliver the most accurate and informative results.

What to Expect During Your CT Scan

Even faster than MRI, CT scans take just 15 to 30 minutes. You’ll set aside jewelry, belts and other metal objects, and depending upon the body part being scanned, you may be asked to remove your normal clothing and wear a hospital gown.

Some types of CT scans also require a contrast dye, which may be given as a flavorless drink or quick, painless injection. This dye appears bright white on your final images, helping doctors to differentiate between different types of tissue. If your CT scan does require a contrast dye, your doctor, radiologist or technologist may ask you to fast for a few hours before your exam.

Once you’re ready for the exam, you’ll simply lie on a cushioned table, which will slide your body into the circular CT machine. You’ll be able to communicate with your technologist throughout the exam, and they can help to alleviate any concerns you may have.

An arthrogram is a series of pictures that offers physicians a more detailed view than a single image. Typically used to examine shoulders, knees and other complex joints, arthrograms may be created from multiple x-rays, MRI images or CT images. Ultimately, this series of images helps doctors to find defects not only in bones, but in other joint structures such as tendons, ligaments, muscles and cartilage.

What to Expect During Your Arthrogram Exam

Most arthrograms require the use of an injectable contrast fluid, which helps to highlight a variety of joint structures. Injections may cause a slight burning sensation, but your technologist will use local anesthesia and a thin needle to minimize pain and soreness.

Once the dye is injected, you’ll be taken to an x-ray, MRI or CT machine for imaging, and the procedure should take one hour at most. Each of these imaging methods is safe, noninvasive and pain-free.

Center Staff

The Dallas center is staffed by trained medical and service professionals.

Scotty Reed, Operations Manager
Phone: (214) 515-0016
Email: sreed@ahicenters.com

Patrick Wolf, Director of Sales and Marketing
Phone: (214) 515-0016
Email: pwolf@ahicenters.com

Patient Forms

We have printable patient medical forms available below for your convenience. Feel free to fill them out on your computer and bring them with you when you come for your appointment. This will facilitate your time and get you back to your day as quickly as possible.

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