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Lumina Imaging And Diagnostics

Discover a groundbreaking alternative for your CT scans or MRI needs. Introducing our exclusive partnership with Lumina Imaging and Diagnostics - an exceptional alternative to hospitals for those in the Northeast Ohio area. Their experienced technologists use state-of-the-art equipment to get the clearest images with same or next-day appointments and results within 24 hours. 

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Immediate Availability

Immediate Availability

Same and next-day appointments

Mobile check-in

Results within 24 hours

Convenient neighborhood locations with free parking

Affordability

Affordability

Costs communicated upfront 

Lumina's flat-fee pricing structure is a cheaper alternative to hospitals and facilities 

Equipment & Expertise

Equipment & Expertise

Latest state-of-the-art technology 

Experienced technologists trained to provide the best images

Images interpreted by fellowship-trained subspecialty Radiologists

What To Know About CT Scans

A CT scan uses radiation to take images of sections of the body. A highly sophisticated and computerized rotating gantry takes cross-sectional images of the body part. Your physician may order a CT scan when looking for or assessing the following: 

  • Stroke and intracranial bleeding in cases of trauma and severe headaches 
  • Spine fractures
  • Better sensitivity for extremity and pelvic fractures than routine X-rays
  • Lung problems such as cancer, trauma, pneumonia, nodules (lumps), interstitial diseases
  • Blood or lymph vessels
  • Coronary artery calcium screening
  • Abdominal and pelvic pain or trauma, detection of cancers and various other pathologies 

What To Know About MRIs

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging technique that uses a powerful magnetic field and a highly complex computer system to create high-contrast resolution images of any part of your body. An MRI scan may be ordered when looking for or assessing the following: 

  • Neurological disorders such as epilepsy, multiple sclerosis (MS), stroke, brain tumors, and aneurysms 
  • Pain in the neck and back to evaluate for disc herniations, face problems, and neural compression
  • Detailed evaluation of the liver, pancreas, kidneys, ad many other organs for pathologies such as cancer
  • Chronic pain in the knee, shoulder, ankle, and hips or to look for ligament injuries in acute trauma

Ready To Get Started?

At GMS, we understand how expensive CT scans and MRIs can be. Our partnership with Lumina provides our clients with an elevated patient experience at a lower cost than hospital systems. You'll never pay more than their listed price. 

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