Ultrasound Services at One Step Diagnostic

Our ultrasound center offers advanced technology and compassionate care. We have expert sonographers who utilize ultrasound equipment to provide detailed and accurate imaging, ensuring comprehensive evaluations and precise diagnoses for your healthcare needs.

Why Choose Our Ultrasound Facility?

Precise and Comprehensive Imaging

Our facility offers ultrasound for highly detailed and comprehensive imaging of internal organs and tissues. With this precision, our skilled sonographers can accurately detect and diagnose medical conditions, guiding your healthcare decisions effectively.

Non-Invasive and Safe

Ultrasound is a non-invasive and radiation-free imaging technique, making it safe for people of all ages, including pregnant women and children. You can confidently undergo ultrasound examinations, knowing that it is a risk-free procedure that delivers valuable medical insights.

Expert Team and Compassionate Care

Our facility has a team of experienced and caring professionals dedicated to your comfort and well-being. Our compassionate approach ensures a supportive environment, making your ultrasound experience as stress-free and positive as possible.

How to Prepare for Your Ultrasound

Proper preparation can enhance the quality and accuracy of your ultrasound results. In this guide, we’ll walk you through essential steps to help you prepare for your ultrasound, ensuring a smooth and effective imaging experience.


Appointment Scheduling

  • Discuss your medical history, including any implants, allergies, or past surgeries, with your doctor before scheduling the MRI.
  • Inform your doctor if you’re pregnant, as MRI scans are generally avoided during pregnancy unless deemed necessary.

Clothing and Accessories

  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that’s easy to remove, as you might be asked to change into a gown.
  • Depending on the area being examined, you might need to expose specific body parts for the ultrasound.

Hydration and Fasting

  • Follow any instructions provided by your healthcare provider regarding hydration and fasting, if necessary.
  • Some abdominal ultrasounds might require you to avoid eating or drinking for a specific time before the scan.


Hygiene and Skincare

  • Depending on the area being examined, you might need to remove lotions, creams, or oils that could interfere with the ultrasound.
  • Cleanse the area to be examined gently before your appointment.


  • Take your regular medications as prescribed unless instructed otherwise by your healthcare provider..


Arrival and Check-in

  • Arrive on time at the ultrasound facility to complete any necessary paperwork and check-in procedures.

Positioning and Communication

  • Follow the instructions provided by the sonographer (ultrasound technician) for proper positioning on the examination table.
  • Communicate openly with the sonographer about any discomfort or concerns you may have during the procedure.

Ultrasound Process

  • The sonographer applies a gel to the skin in the area of interest, which helps transmit sound waves. A handheld device called a transducer is then moved over the gel-covered skin to capture images.


Resuming Activities

  • After the ultrasound, you can immediately resume your normal activities, including eating, drinking, and exercising.

Consultation and Results

  • Your healthcare provider will review the ultrasound images and discuss the results with you during a follow-up appointment.
  • Any necessary next steps or treatments will be explained based on the findings.

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