We are taking every precaution to ensure the safety of our patients and staff.
Quality matters to you, your doctor and us!
Helping you get back to what you enjoy doing most.
We are currently looking to add MRI/CT PRN techs
please e-mail your resume to
jennifer.moon@greatermoimaging if you are interested.
Professional & Friendly Staff
Our pricing is affordable and competitive and we are in-network with most major insurance providers. We will make sure your exam is pre-certified through your health insurance and any questions regarding your benefits will be discussed during confirmation of your appointment.
Interventional Radiology is a specialty within radiology, providing therapeutic help and pain relief.
Interventional Radiologic pain management techniques are very effective for many types of spine and neck pain and some types of musculoskeletal pain. Depending on the source of the pain, these techniques may be used to diagnose, deliver pain relief, or, in some cases, treat the underlying cause while providing pain relief.
Interventional radiologists are doctors who are trained in radiology and interventional therapy. No other specialty possesses this unique combination of skills!
Computed tomography (CT) is a special type of x-ray exam that produces detailed pictures of structures inside the body.
A dye that contains iodine (contrast material) is often injected into the blood (intravenously) during a CT scan. The dye makes blood vessels and certain structures or organs inside the body more visible on the CT images.
If you are having a body CT scan, you will most likely be asked to refrain from eating 6 hours prior to exam time. Please continue to take medications directed by your physician.
3-D and Oblique Foraminal Images of the Cervical Spine
At Greater Missouri Imaging we are one of the few centers in the St. Louis area in which we perform 3-D and oblique foraminal images of the cervical spine. Our radiologist has over 15 years of experience in interpreting these exams. What that means for you the patient is that our radiologist is 20% more likely to find disc herniations then at most other centers in the area.