Medical Imaging Services
We bring you the highest standard in medical imaging service excellence.
We don’t take our responsibility to you lightly, which is why you can be assured of our full attention and focus whenever you deal with us, whether it is on the phone, via email, or in person. That means that you can be assured of the best possible care whenever you need medical imaging services, quality diagnostics and accurate, effective treatment. Doctors, specialists, chiropractors, physiotherapists, podiatrists and dentists rely on our team of highly qualified radiographers and sonographers, and our top-of-the-range medical imaging technology to provide fast, accurate scans to their valued patients.
At Xplore Radiology, we are committed to:
providing a comfortable environment where you can feel at ease at all times;
offering the fastest possible medical imaging services that reduce radiation exposure and are safer for you and your family.
ongoing training for our professionally qualified radiologists and friendly, dedicated support staff to ensure the highest levels of care and professionalism at all times.
equipping each practice with the best state-of-the-art equipment to ensure the highest quality medical imaging services.
Our online booking service is designed to make the process just a little easier for you. Simply answer a few basic questions and someone from our office will call you back as soon as possible to confirm your booking and provide any information you may need to prepare for your appointment.
We provide a range of diagnostic medical imaging services, including:
Computed Tomography (CT scan)
CT Virtual Colonoscopy
Bone Mineral Densitometry
Feel free to contact us for more information on our medical imaging services or if you have questions about our bulk billing services.
Ready to book your ultrasound, MRI or other medical imaging services online? Please use the form found in the sidebar to complete our short contact form for a consultant to contact you with scan-specific information and booking details.
When your doctor calls for a Magnetic Resonance Imaging scan, it could involve any part of the body, often the head and spine. The detailed images provided by the magnet and radio waves are used to diagnose a multitude of injuries, illnesses and disorders.
Computed Tomography is an x-ray technique that creates cross-sectional images of your body. It gives your doctor an inside look of your body. Used for various body parts, the CT scan is used to identify cysts, infections, or tumors in the chest as well as the organs.
Your doctor may call for an ultrasound to examine your organs. This medical test, also known as sonography, uses high-frequency sound waves to capture live images of your organs from inside your body.
When you need an x-ray, your doctor will let us know which body part needs to be imaged. We will use a low dose radiation imaging technique to obtain images for your doctor to use in developing a treatment plan.
A mammogram uses a low dose X-ray imaging technique for examining your breasts. It is also used to diagnose, evaluate and follow women through breast cancer. While a mammogram can't prevent breast cancer, it can assist in early detection, which saves lives.
OPG or Dental X-ray
OPG provides a wide view x-ray of your jaws and all your teeth. This gives your dentist or orthodontist a clear indication of the positions of all your teeth and their growth. It includes teeth that have yet to erupt or surface. Additionally, the OPG can reveal issues with the jawbone and temporomandibular joint.
Bone Mineral Densitometry
QCT BMD measures bone loss in the lower spine and hips and is generally used to diagnose osteoporosis or assess an individual's risk for sustaining fractures.
Xplore Radiology will take care of all your medical imaging and general x-ray needs. We have WorkCover experience and bulk-bill whenever possible.
Injured on the sports field? Stress fractures are often hard to detect through standard x-rays, but we offer a range of scanning services to ensure correct diagnosis of any sport injuries. Correct diagnosis and proper treatment will get you back to your team as soon as possible.