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Ultrasound services offered in Aurora, Greenwood Village, Golden, Littleton, Lone Tree, Parker, Denver and Englewood, CO


About Ultrasound

If you’re at risk of a medical issue or develop unusual symptoms and need an ultrasound, see the skilled imaging specialists at Invision Sally Jobe. The team provides diagnostic ultrasounds at their offices in Littleton, Aurora, Denver, Parker, Golden, Greenwood Village, and Lone Tree, Colorado. Call Invision Sally Jobe at 720-493-3700 to schedule an ultrasound today.

Ultrasound Q&A

What is an ultrasound?

An ultrasound is a painless diagnostic procedure that uses sound waves to create images of internal body structures. The images offer valuable information about your health, helping your provider diagnose and treat diseases and other medical issues.

When would I need an ultrasound?

Your provider may suggest an ultrasound to:

  • Evaluate abdominal, retroperitoneal, pelvic, and vascular structures
  • Examine breast lumps
  • Guide a needle during tumor treatment or biopsies
  • Evaluate joint inflammation
  • Assess dating and viability of a first trimester pregnancy

Ultrasounds diagnose medical conditions or guide certain procedures.

What types of ultrasounds does Invision Sally Jobe offer?

Invision Sally Jobe offers many different types of ultrasound exams that service many differnet parts of the human body. Check out a full guide to all of our ultrasound exams and their requred prep below. 

General Body Ultrasound

Invision Sally Jobe offers a variety of general and vascular ultrasound exams to evaluate various organs and structures within the neck, abdomen, pelvis and extremities. Ultrasound allows for non-invasive assessment of these organs and systems.   

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound

Musculoskeletal ultrasounds use high-frequency sound waves to create images of soft tissues, including muscles, ligaments, nerves, tendons, and joints. 

Screening Breast Ultrasound

Screening breast ultrasounds is a technological advancement in the field of breast imaging, utilized as a supplemental screening tool for women with dense breast tissue.

What happens during an ultrasound?

Many ultrasounds require no special preparation, but sometimes your specialist asks you to avoid food and drink or have a full bladder before the scheduled procedure.

During the ultrasound, your provider may apply gel to your skin and move a transducer (a handheld device that emits ultrasound energy) over the area to create images. Gynecologic exams may require the use of a transvaginal transducer to obtain some images.

Afterward, you can resume typical daily activities. Your provider discusses the results with you and lets you know if you need further diagnostic testing, watchful waiting, or medical treatment. 

Take advantage of the state-of-the-art ultrasound technology at Invision Sally Jobe by calling the Patient Access Team at 720-493-3700.