Below is a selected group of procedures that are regularly performed in our practice. Depending on each patients individual needs, a complete examination will be performed and a tailor made plan developed. Our team is ready to answer any of your questions or concerns either in a personal consultation in our offices or by email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Biopsy free prostate diagnosis: multimodal endo-rectal imaging and MR spectroscopy to identify pathological prostate changes without performing a cell tissue biopsy.
Optimized breast cancer screening: diagnostic methods that require no compression or radiation resulting in a significant increase in the detection of small cancer sites. Early proof of 'cancer in situ', the precursory to breast cancer, with a 100% treatment and recovery rate.
3D diagnosis of spinal column and bone joints: identify source of inflammation related pain caused by spinal column or joint strain or pressure.
Micro therapy for treating back pain: minimally invasive 3D therapy of inflamed areas, facet joints and intravertebral discs using a micro catheter to administer local anesthesia. No medication. No clinic stay.
Full body MRI: if needed, used to rule out pathological changes in the body by determining the biochemical indicators by identifying tumour markers.
Smokers exam: used to rule out the presence of bronchial carcinogens in smokers to achieve a significant reduction in nicotine induced mortality caused by lung cancer.
Cardiovascular diagnosis without a catheter: a catheter free angioplasty is a process used in our practice to determine individual risks of a heart attack, measure blood flow through the heart muscle, and determine a patients' risk of stroke, etc.
Virtual endoscopy and capsule endoscopy: this virtual 'endoscopy' which is painless and requires no anesthesia, is used to examine the abdominal and intestinal tracts and to detect any inflammation or polyps associated with colon cancer.
Combiscopy: a painless procedure that requires no anesthesia which is a combination of a video and a virtual endoscopy, that provides the best chances for diagnosing cancerous polyps in the intestinal tract.
Dynamic pelvic floor examination: a procedure used to diagnose incontinence, constipation and pelvic floor weakness.
A magnetic resonance cholangio pancreatography is a procedure used to examine the bile ducts, gall bladder and pancreas without using an endoscopy.
Exclusion of neurodegenerative brain disease caused by concentration disturbances through reduced cognitive ability, the early onset of Alzheimer's disease or vascular dementia.
Thyroid disorders can be excluded by using a diffusion weighted MRI to identify malignant lumps.
Complete skeletal MRI: a radiation free alternative to a skeletal scintigraphy that has a higher rate of accuracy in identifying bone cancer sites and degenerative skeletal changes.