Unifying Health Center
Yashash Pathak, MD
Primary Care Practice located in Sugar Land, TX
If you experience chronic pain, arthritis, or an injury, diagnosing the type of tissue damage you have is the key to finding the most effective treatment. At Unifying Health Center, serving Sugar Land, Texas, and the surrounding Houston area, Yashash Pathak, MD, and his expert team offer referrals for X-rays and MRIs at a discounted rate through their cash and membership based platforms. Call the office to schedule an appointment or book one online to find out which type of imaging procedure is right for you.
* Small business owners who sign up have access to our discounted imaging rates.
Discounted Imaging Q & A
What are imaging procedures?
Imaging referrals available at Unifying Health Center use X-rays or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to get an in-depth view of the inside of your body. Doing so helps your specialist diagnose diseases, arthritis-related tissue degeneration, and injuries to help them choose the most appropriate treatment for your condition.
What are the benefits of imaging procedures?
There are numerous benefits associated with imaging procedures, such as:
- No pain
- No downtime
- Fast and painless
- Highly effective
With imaging referrals from the Unifying Health Center team, you can save money because of discounted rates.
Why might my doctor recommend an imaging procedure?
Dr. Pathak may suggest you undergo an imaging procedure if he suspects you have one of the following conditions:
- Tissue degeneration
- Organ problems
- Torn ligaments
- Brain or spinal cord issues
- Other injuries
Imaging procedures can detect a wide array of diseases and other medical problems that your specialist might not be aware of after completing a physical examination.
What happens during imaging procedures?
You can expect the following while undergoing X-rays or MRIs:
During an MRI, you lie down on a table that slides into a tunnel-shaped machine. You must stay still during the procedure to ensure the most effective results. An MRI is painless, however, you may hear some loud sounds. Your technician offers you earplugs if the noise bothers you.
When getting X-rays, you might wear a lead apron during the procedure to protect some parts of your body from radiation. You lie still while an X-ray machine emits electromagnetic energy into certain parts of your body to create pictures. Bones show up as white, fat shows up as gray, and air in your lungs appears black in X-ray images.
What should I expect after the procedure?
After undergoing imaging procedures, there’s no downtime, so you can resume a normal routine right away. Your specialist reviews the results of your X-rays or MRIs and lets you know the next best steps. They may suggest further diagnostic testing or treatments as needed to ensure the best health outcomes.
If you need X-rays, MRIs, or other imaging procedures or experience new or unusual symptoms, call the Unifying Health Center office or book an appointment online today.