Touchstone Imaging is proud to bring high-quality diagnostic imaging services to the San Antonio community. With three local outpatient locations to meet your medical imaging needs, we are small enough to know you and big enough to provide competitive services that are trusted around the nation. Our core values include state-of-the-art equipment, the industry’s top qualified radiologists, and superior customer service for the patients and communities we serve. We have become the nation’s industry leader, with locations all over Texas, and the United States.
At Touchstone, we are accredited by The American College of Radiology (ACR) for our MRI, CT, Mammography, and Breast MRI services. Considered the gold standard in the medical imaging industry, the ACR sets the standard for quality control, safety, and image quality. We require all of our locations to exceed these accreditation standards and we partner with sub-specialized radiologists to provide you with the confidence that you are receiving the highest quality care and the most accurate results. For all of your medical imaging needs, we hope you’ll choose the Touchstone location nearest you.
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We are convinced that the concern about the length of time the scan takes is more about the inability to be stimulated during the procedure. Most people find it boring to sit still for 30 minutes without interaction, movement, or direct stimulation.
Don’t worry, you don’t have to. Once the images are taken by an experienced technologist, the images will be transferred to a radiologist who will interpret them and give their impression.
Your medical provider is likely ordering an MRI in addition to other diagnostic tests to help rule out a suspected condition, take a closer look at something that an x-ray or ultrasound detected, or to follow-up to ensure your current treatment plan is effective.
Generally, no. The amount of radiation for a medical imaging test is minimal and safety procedures are implemented to prevent the worst case scenario. Learn more about radiation exposure here.
The contrast essentially works as a highlighter on your organs and allows them to be seen better and can help show how they are working.