Neuroradiology in Fayetteville & Angier, NC
Our subspecialized neuroradiologists will help give you the solutions you need. Whether it’s a problem with the central or peripheral nervous system, spinal cord, spine, head, or neck, our imaging techniques will diagnose the problem and our doctors will get you on a comfortable path to treatment. At Valley, we understand that when you are faced with these injuries or conditions, you need the latest technology in the industry to properly and effectively detect and treat your problem.
State-of-the-Art High Imaging
When diagnosing abnormalities in the head, neck, central and peripheral nervous system, our neuroradiologists use the best imaging tools and resources in the industry. With years of experience using these high-quality pieces of equipment, you can rest assured knowing that you’re in good hands. Depending on your injury or illness, our neuroradiologists will treat you with either a:
- CT Scan / CTA
- MRI / MRA
Reliable Diagnosis and Treatment
Our minimally invasive procedures can diagnose a wide range of abnormalities and conditions. Our experts will let you know what they are doing every step of the way, so you don’t have to feel in the dark about your condition or our procedures. Our neuroradiologists don’t just help our patients, we care about them too. We provide the following procedures:
- Treatment for Stroke
- Aneurysm Coiling
- Epidural Steroid Injections of the Spine
- Provocative Discography
- Facet Block / Nerve Root Injection
- Lumbar Puncture
- Radio Frequency Ablation
- And more.
Indications for Neurology
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms listed below, you may need to see a doctor:
- Vein of Galen Malformation
- Back Pain
- Cerebral Aneurysms
- Vascular Disease of Head & Neck
- Carotid Cavernous Fistula
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Vision Loss
- Hearing Loss
- Weakness, Numbness, & Tingling
- Epilepsy / Seizures
- Carotid Artery Stenosis
- Osteoporotic Fracture of Spine - Compressed Vertebrae
Make a Neurologic Appointment Today!
Neurologic concerns occur in some of the most sensitive parts of the body. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you think there is a problem, and we will gladly schedule an appointment. Knowing that you don’t have a neurologic abnormality or condition would bring you great peace of mind. To contact us or to schedule an appointment, call:
- Angier Imaging Center @ (919) 331-2001
- Vascular Ultrasound at Vascular/IR Clinic @ (910) 486-5700
- Valley Regional Imaging @ (910) 323-2209
- Or fill out a quick contact form today!
To learn more information, you can visit American Society of Neuroradiology.