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Radiology is a fully-functioning, state-of-the-art department within The Orthopaedic Institute of West Kentucky (OIWK). 

OIWK physicians need as much information as possible to diagnose issues. Our radiology department uses specialized equipment to examine problem areas and help find solutions.

It provides x-rays and MRI’s along with other imaging services that help physicians diagnose and treat conditions with precision.

Our team has years of experience and education. Each member is trained in orthopedics to capture detailed exams for OIWK physicians. They can even tailor images to specific doctors, so your medical provider will get the information they need to care for your condition.

Our MRI department is also accredited by the American College of Radiology, further confirming that our technologies and equipment produce high-quality Magnetic Resonance Images for diagnostic purposes.

In addition to expertise and advanced technology, this department features another impressive feature—a convenient location. Because radiology is a part of the OIWK clinic, you don’t have to schedule additional appointments to get an x-ray exam. You can see your physician, receive your x-ray, and hear your results in the same visit. (MRI exams are completed after insurance precertification.)

This close proximity also encourages collaboration. Our radiology technologists will communicate directly with your physician throughout your treatment to ensure you get the fastest diagnosis and most comprehensive care. 

You won’t find a more trustworthy and convenient radiology experience in the region—and we’re proud of that.

If you have any questions about our radiology department, let us know.



Our Services



Bone Densitometry

Intraprocedural Fluoroscopic Imagery

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Why Our Patients Choose Us

Great bunch! They were so patient with me when it took three tries to get a good image.” 

OIWK patient