The girl patient is lying in the tomograph and waiting for a scan. Three doctors from the exam room look at the pictures.


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Medical Imaging Services at CNOS

In some cases, a picture can be worth someone’s life. Medical imaging at CNOS is a non-invasive method of looking inside the body to identify, diagnose, and prevent health conditions—some of which can be life-threatening.

Our expert diagnostic imaging physicians use the most advanced technology to get detailed images, and use the information to keep improving your health.

Early Detection Methods with Diagnostic Imaging Systems

Timing can make all the difference in the identification and treatment of health conditions. A carotid duplex scan will examine your carotid arteries and search for blood clots, plaque buildup, and similar blood flow problems that could cause a stroke.

Advanced Imaging Technology


Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA)

DEXA scans measure bone mineral density, allowing us to identify whether a patient has—or is susceptible to—osteoporosis. And, if so, our specialists are equipped with the treatments and physical therapy needed to help improve the condition.


Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

MRI scans evaluate internal conditions using a magnetic field, focusing on tendons, ligaments, nerves (soft tissue) and tumors. With the addition of the Imaging Center expansion, CNOS now houses 2 MRI machines with one ‘caring suite’ to keep patients relaxed during exams. The average scan time with this state-of-the-art technology decreases from roughly 45 to 27 minutes. 


Computed Tomography (CT)

CT scans offer low dose radiation scans using 32 slice CT technology. The average scan time is 10-15 minutes. With this state-of-the-art machine, CNOS is able to focus on injuries, conditions, and diagnostic testing for fractures, acute injuries, and bone structure including but not limited to: chest, abdomen, pelvis, and digestive tract issues (internal bleeding/Diverticulitis)

*LOW DOSE CT Lung Screenings*
Now offered at our Dunes location

Sometimes, unexplained pain occurs in the ligaments, tendons, and cartilage. CNOS offers arthrograms to evaluate and diagnose these joint conditions and identify potential disease. We’re committed to keeping you healthy. Visit CNOS for medical imaging and personalized diagnostic care from highly trained experts. Start the conversation with a CNOS specialist today, and we’ll start you on the path to healing.

Request an appointment now at one of our Dakota Dunes Clinic location by calling 605-217-2667.

CNOS Imaging Center 

The Latest in Imaging Technology

Our new Imaging Center features the latest diagnostic tools and technology to better serve our patients and the surrounding community. Keys additions will include a new MRI Caring Suite (pictured above) and a new CT machine. With these technical advancements and improvements, we can garner faster results with even better images.

Our 6,500 sq. ft. facility is located at the Dakota Dunes Clinic location.

CNOS Patient Testimonial: 

“The staff at the CNOS Imaging Center provided one of the best experiences I have had with MRI testing. From the check-in personnel to the technician the service was professional and stellar. I would highly recommend this service to any seeking an MRI.”

CNOS Imaging Locations

The following CNOS clinics offer imaging serves in communities throughout Siouxland. Find a clinic near you to visit with an imaging specialist.