Diagnostic testing

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitors

Blood pressure varies throughout the day during activities and stress. Monitoring blood pressure over 24 hours (ambulatory blood pressure monitoring) is crucial for accurate assessment…

Bone Density

A bone mineral density or BMD test uses special low dose X-ray to measure the density of calcium and other minerals in your bones to assess bone strength. This test helps in the diagnosis of osteoporosis, a silent disease that thins and weakens bone and increases the risk of fractures.


Computerized tomography (CT scan) or Computer Axial Tomography (CAT)

A CT scan uses an X-ray machine connected to a computer to create cross-sectional images of the body’s internal structures. A contrast material may be injected to enhance visibility.

Holter Monitor

A 24-hour Holter monitor is a device that records the electrical activity of the heart including rate and rhythm over a 24-hour period. It consists of a battery-operated, portable device about the size of your palm which is connected by wires to electrodes placed on your chest.

Laboratory Testing

Genesis Medical Group offers in-house lab tests for our patients’ convenience in our CLIA-certified lab. In certain cases, we’ll collect your specimen in our office and send it to a reference lab, or you may need to go to a separate lab drawing station.


Mammography is a precise imaging technique that uses low-dose x-rays to examine the breast’s internal structures. This non-invasive method yields detailed images, helping detect abnormalities and early-stage breast cancer. It’s a valuable tool for healthcare professionals and individuals prioritizing their health.


Magnetic Resonance Imaging

MRI Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a test that uses powerful magnets, radio waves, and a computer to make detailed pictures inside your body.


PET/CT is a diagnostic procedure that combines the principles of two imaging tools, the positron emission tomography (PET) and computed topography (CT)

Rapid COVID-19 Testing

Genesis now provides convenient drive-thru and rapid COVID-19 testing options, offering Antigen, Antibody, and PCR Testing to ensure the well-being and safety of individuals.

Sleep Studies

A sleep study also called polysomnography is a test performed to diagnose sleep disorders. It monitors your sleep patterns by recording your breathing rate, heart rate, the level of oxygen in your blood, and the movement of your eyes, hands, and legs during sleep. The results of the test help your doctor devise treatment methods to cure the underlying disorder.


Ultrasound waves are high-frequency sound waves that cannot be heard by the human ear. These waves are used to create live images of the inner structures of the body including the hard and soft tissues. These images, also called sonograms, are used for the diagnosis of various conditions and may be used to guide certain interventional procedures.


X-rays are waves of electromagnetic radiation that can penetrate through objects of low density. They are used in a branch of medicine called radiology to create images of the inner structures of the body such as the bones and organs. X-rays are one of the most common radiology procedures and are usually the first imaging tests to be performed.

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