1867 Amherst Street
Winchester, Virginia 22601
Winchester, VA is the newest addition to Progressive Radiology and is conveniently located in the Shenandoah Valley, close to Route 37 and I-81. Progressive Radiology is a trusted national provider of premier imaging services and has been proudly serving the Maryland and DC areas for over two decades. Our Winchester location is dedicated to serve patients with 3D Tomo Mammograms, Ultrasounds and x-ray services, with the utmost patient comfort and care as one of our top priorities. We strive to provide quality imaging and efficiency, while remaining cost effective. Our private women’s area, located within the Winchester office offers a private, comfortable area to relax before a Mammogram.
For your convenience, we provide the following at this location:
• Exceptional cash-pay rates (no additional read fees)
• Patients leave with copy of images on CD
• Free and ample parking
Private waiting area for mammogram appointments
• Same day or next day appointments available for certain studies
Our services include:
Mammograms: 3D Tomosynthesis. This revolutionary mammography technology allows the radiologist to identify structures and abnormalities in the breast with greater ease as there is less overlapping tissue. During this exam, multiple images of the breast are acquired at different angles using no more radiation and no longer compression time than a conventional 2D mammogram. This technology has been shown to result in a 40% increase in detection of invasive breast cancers and a reduced callback rate. Tomosynthesis technology is used for both Screening mammograms and Diagnostic mammograms.
To Prepare: Do not wear deodorant, talcum powder, or lotion under your arms. These can appear on your exam as abnormal calcium spots. You may bring these products with you to apply upon completion of your exam.
Please obtain your prior mammograms and make them available to us at the time of your current exam. Our radiologist is looking for any subtle change in the way your breasts look over time. Without the previous studies, you may be asked to come back for additional views, causing unnecessary stress and delay in diagnosis.