• Fort Worth

    Monticello Diagnostic Imaging

    3712 W 7th St.
    Fort Worth, TX 76107-2536
    (817) 377-3800
    Fax: 817-377-3801

    Hours:
    Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5:00pm
    Saturday 9:00am - 12:00pm

    Monticello Diagnostic Imaging of Fort Worth is located in the Museum District. Just 1 block west of the intersection of Montgomery and West 7th, we are in close proximity to the UNT Health campus, Will Rogers Coliseum and the Kimbell and Modern Art Museums of Fort Worth.


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    Services at this location

    Open MRI

    This .7t open MRI was the first high field open MRI in Fort Worth. It gives us the ability to get very high quality images on patients who may prefer an open magnet without sacrificing patient quality, which can be the case with many open MRIs. Rated up to 500 lb weigh capacity, our open MRI also help us to accommodate patients who are not physically able to have a traditional MRI.


    High Field MRI

    The 1.5t high field MRI is the top of the line in magnetic imagers. It provides us with the greatest range of options to give your doctor exactly the images he needs to plan your treatment. This MRI is ideal for extremities as well as brain studies, while providing maximum patient comfort. Bring your favorite music along, or make a selection from a myriad of satellite radio channels to make your exam as relaxing as possible.


    CT (computed tomography)

    CT (computed tomography) is often ordered to help visualize certain areas of the body that may not be seen quite as well on MRI. CT studies are typically much faster that other types of diagnostic imaging. CT may also be ordered for patients who are not be able to have an MRI due to having a pacemaker, neuro stimulator, or some type of metal in the body.


    Pain Management

    We bring together an integrated pain management team dedicated to not only treating your symptoms but also creating a strong solution to relieve your pain.


    Ultrasound (US)

    Ultrasound imaging uses sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body. It is used to help diagnose the causes of pain, swelling and infection in the body's internal organs. Ultrasound is safe, noninvasive, and does not use ionizing radiation.

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