In-House Ultrasound in Torrance, CA

In-House Ultrasound in Torrance, CA

Harnessing the power of advanced imaging technology, JHL Internal Medicine in Torrance, CA, proudly offers in-house ultrasound services. Our state-of-the-art facility ensures that patients receive accurate, timely, and convenient ultrasound evaluations without the need for external referrals. Whether you’re concerned about thyroid nodules or require a pelvic assessment, our dedicated team is here to provide comprehensive care.

Our In-House Ultrasound Services Include:

At JHL Internal Medicine in Torrance, CA, we’re dedicated to providing our patients with comprehensive, state-of-the-art diagnostic tools right at our facility. Our in-house ultrasound services ensure that you receive the care you need in a familiar, comfortable environment. Trust our experienced team for accurate, efficient, and compassionate care!

Frequently Asked Questions

An in-house ultrasound refers to imaging services provided directly within our clinic, eliminating the need for patients to visit external imaging centers. At JHL Internal Medicine, you don’t need to wait for a referral to get started! Schedule an appointment online or call the JHL Internal Medicine to get started. Our team of healthcare providers is eager to assist you on your path toward wellness!

Preparation varies based on the specific ultrasound. For some, fasting might be required, while others may need a full bladder. Our team will provide detailed instructions prior to your appointment.

Ultrasound is a non-invasive procedure and is typically painless. You may feel slight pressure from the transducer, but it’s generally well-tolerated.

Most ultrasound sessions at JHL Internal Medicine last between 20 to 60 minutes, depending on the specific area being examined.

Our aim is to provide timely evaluations. In most cases, results are discussed immediately post-procedure or during a follow-up appointment shortly after.

Yes, ultrasound uses sound waves to create images and does not involve radiation. It’s considered a safe diagnostic tool for patients of all ages.