Des Moines University Clinic | Radiology Clinic


Monday - Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Des Moines University Clinic | Radiology Clinic

Providing a range of imaging services to ensure accurate diagnosis for you and your physician

A radiologic exam can trigger many questions. Our technologists are certified and trained in their area of expertise, and can answer any concerns regarding your exam. Images are interpreted by a board-certified radiologist. In addition to traditional diagnostic X-rays, we offer state-of-the-art imaging technologies for measuring bone mineral density and body mass.

Our staff can quickly schedule an appointment and deliver a quality image so you can get answers to your health issues faster.

Conditions We Treat

  • Bone density testing (DXA)

    Our clinicians offer bone density scans to diagnose osteoporosis and track the effects of its treatment. Talk with your healthcare provider if you have family history or concerns about your bone health.

  • General radiological exams

    The DMU Clinic offers digital diagnostic X-rays with little to no waiting, and advanced imaging technologies for measuring bone mineral density and body mass, quickly and accurately giving you answers for any health questions or issues you may have.

  • Body composition analysis

    Whether you’re making a complete lifestyle makeover or are a competitive athlete looking to optimize your performance, body composition analysis can serve as a tool to enhance your overall fitness and help you meet your goals. DXA body composition analysis is the most accurate technology available and DMU Clinic has one of the few in the Des Moines metro.
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