Bone Densitometry

Bone densitometry is a painless, non-invasive test used to detect signs of bone weakening and diagnose osteoporosis. It utilizes low levels of radiation to measure bone mineral density in a particular area of the bones. This information helps the patient’s physician determine if treatment is required to protect or improve bone density and possibly reduce the risk of fracture.

If a patient's referring physician requests it, a vertebral fracture assessment can be done at the same time. The additional test takes only a few minutes longer than a conventional bone densitometry exam and can indicate if the patient has asymptomatic vertebral fractures.

To speak to us about an appointment please call (914) 633-7700 (Option 1)