Our Services

Excellence Health Care in Toronto, Ontario, is ready to help its clients with any medical any imaging needs. We are open every day except Sunday and offer our patients different ultrasound and X-Ray services that may vary based on your medical conditions. These services include:

Ultrasound Exams

Abdominal Ultrasound Imaging

Abdominal Ultrasounds are used to examine the major organs located in the abdominal cavity. These organs include the kidneys, liver, gallbladder, spleen, abdominal aorta, and pancreas. As a matter of fact, Excellence Health Care advises men who aged between 65-75 who are currently smoking or used to be a smoker to have an abdominal ultrasound so they can check for any signs of abdominal aortic aneurysm.

Pelvic Ultrasound Imaging

A pelvic ultrasound uses sound waves to make images of the organs inside your pelvis. Your doctor might want you to do this test to diagnose a condition or check your baby’s health while still in the womb. In women, a pelvic ultrasound looks at the cervix, fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus, bladder, and vigina. While in men, it is used to examine the bladder, prostate gland, and seminal vesicles.

Transrectal Prostate Ultrasound Imaging

A transrectal ultrasound scan examines the prostate gland using ultrasound. The doctor might take samples of tissue from the prostate during this examination. It can help to diagnose prostate cancer. It’s also used to analyze a nodule found during a rectal exam, notice abnormalities, and decide whether the gland is enlarged. Ultrasound is safe and does not use ionizing radiation.

Transvaginal Ultrasound Imaging

Transvaginal ultrasound is a test used to examine a woman’s uterus, cervix, ovaries, tubes, and pelvic area. Transvaginal means through or across the vagina. The ultrasound probe will be inside the vagina during the test. The patient will lie down on their back on a table with their knees bent. (feet may be held in stirrups). The technician or doctor will introduce a probe into the vagina. It may be somewhat uncomfortable but will not hurt.

Obstetric Ultrasound Imaging Including Dating, IPS, Anatomical, Growth & Biophysical Profile with Doppler

The intention behind performing an obstetric ultrasound is to supply a safe, non-invasive, and precise method to clinically estimate the pregnant uterus and fetus from the assurance of a viable pregnancy throughout the woman’s pregnancy-. Its process includes a small probe called a transducer that is placed directly on the skin. A gel is applied over the skin before placing the transducer. High-frequency sound waves in the device travel from the transducer through the gel into the body. Sound is absorbed by the tissues and reflected in the transducer. The sound waves are transformed into electrical impulses interpreted as images.

Ultrasound of Small Parts: Breast, Axilla, Thyroid, Neck, Scrotal, Soft Tissue Lumps

Small parts ultrasound examinations inspect unexplained bumps or lumps on the breasts, thyroid, reproductive organs, and other small body parts. These ultrasound exams help detect potentially harmful health issues and can precipitate and inform successful treatment techniques through early diagnosis. Unexplained lumps and bumps around your body can make you worry, and they may leave you with questions and concerns. Still, small parts ultrasound examinations can relieve your worry by providing answers. Small parts ultrasound exams offer insight into what might be causing your pain or bumps, allowing for diagnosis and further health care.

Salivary Glands Ultrasound Imaging

Salivary Glands Ultrasound Imaging is suitable for checking Salivary glands, which make saliva, which aids in digestion, keeps your mouth moist and helps healthy teeth. Every human has three pairs of major salivary glands under and behind their jaw: parotid, sublingual and submandibular. The three most frequently diagnosed diseases are known to be salivary gland infections, sialolithiasis and mucoceles.

Abdominal Aorta Ultrasound Imaging

Ultrasound of the aorta in the abdomen can notice aortic aneurysms. Ultrasound is a safe and painless technology that does not use radiation and does not need an injection of any chemical. During the exam, you will be lying on the table on your back. The technologist will put gel on your abdomen and pelvis, and a transducer will be used to look at your arteries.

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging: Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Hip, Knee & Ankle

Musculoskeletal ultrasound allows physicians to see-in high resolution-a person’s muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and joints. In addition to the high-resolution images, We can focus on the exact location of the patient’s pain, and we can also focus on arteries and veins—and determine how blood is flowing. Musculoskeletal ultrasound can help diagnose various injuries and chronic conditions, including tendonitis, rotator cuff tears, joint problems, bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and masses such as tumours or cysts.

X-Ray Exams

Chest X-Ray

A chest X-Ray is an imaging test that uses X-Rays to examine the structures and organs in your chest. These X-Rays can help you to find out how your lungs and heart are working. Early detection of specific heart problems can prevent changes in your lungs. Chest X-Rays show the size, location, and shape of the heart, lungs, bronchi, aorta, pulmonary arteries, and bones.

Pelvis, Spines Including Cervical, Dorsal (Thoracic), Lumbar, and Lumbosacral Spine X-Ray

A pelvis X-Ray is a picture of the bones around both the hips. The pelvis joins the legs to the body. In order for this test to be done, you need to lie down on the table. In Cervical, Dorsal (Thoracic), Lumbar, and Lumbosacral Spine X-Ray the pictures of areas of concern are taken according to requisition. You may have to move your body to different positions to provide different angles; however, changing positions may cause discomfort. The X-Ray examines fractures, tumors, degenerative conditions, and abnormal shape of your bones or joints.

Abdominal X-Ray

In an abdominal X-Ray, an X-Ray machine sends a beam of radiation through the abdomen, and an image is recorded on a particular film or a computer. This image shows the liver, spleen, stomach, diaphragm, and small and large intestines. An X-Ray technician takes one or two pictures of the abdomen to view the area from different angles. It would be best to stay still for some seconds to clear the X-Ray image. It can detect kidney stones, a perforation (hole) in the intestines, an obstruction (blockage), or a mass such as a tumor.

Head X-Ray

A skull X-Ray is an imaging test doctors use to look at the bones of the skull, including the facial bones, the nose, and the sinuses. It’s an effortless, quick, and practical approach that has been used to help doctors view the area that protects your most vital organ — your brain. Reasons you may need a Skull X-Ray can be different such as frequent headaches, infection, physical damage and injury to the head, tumors, and deformities in the skull.

Neck X-Ray

A neck X-Ray, also known as a cervical spine X-Ray, is an X-Ray image taken of your cervical vertebrae. This includes that take pictures of the seven bones of your neck that surround and protect the top section of your spinal cord. A neck X-Ray also shows tonsils, vocal cords, epiglottis, and trachea. A doctor can request a neck X-Ray if you suffer from a neck injury and pain or weakness in your arms. The doctor examines the X-Ray for any fractured or broken bones, tumors, bone spurs, croup, and joint dislocations.

Upper Extremities X-Ray

Your doctor will recommend an X-Ray of your upper extremities. Upper extremity X-Rays may include the fingers, elbows, forearms, hands, wrists, upper arms or shoulders. The X-Rays can help to find injuries like fractures and sports injuries, weakened bones (osteoporosis), joint swelling (arthritis), or other abnormalities that may be painful. Depending on the location of the pain, you may need to position yourself at different angles. The process can take 15-30 minutes.

Lower Extremities X-Ray

Your doctor will recommend an X-Ray of your lower extremities. Lower extremities X-Rays may consist of feet, toes, knees, ankles, thighs and hips. The X-Rays can help to find injuries like fractures and sports injuries, weakened bones (osteoporosis), joint swelling (arthritis), or other abnormalities that may be painful. Depending on the location of the pain, you may need to position yourself at different angles. The process can take 15-30 minutes.

Do you need an X-Ray or Ultrasound Diagnostic?

If you are currently looking for an X-Ray and Ultrasound Diagnostic Centre in Yorkland, TorontoExcellence Health Care can help you every day of the week except Sunday! Our professional and dedicated team tries their best to make sure you have the best experience.

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