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Request a DEXA / Bone Density Study

Request a DEXA / Bone Density Study

For those who qualify, our medical imaging team offers you direct access to request your DEXA / bone density study online or via phone. We will contact you within two business days of your online request.

Request to schedule your DEXA / Bone Density Study

Who Needs a DEXA / Bone Density Study?

DEXA /bone density studies are most often used to diagnose osteoporosis in men and women, are effective in tracking the effects of treatment for osteoporosis and other conditions that cause bone loss, and can assess an individual's risk for developing fractures.

Request to schedule your DEXA / bone density study or call 215.345.2274, Option 4.

Where Do I Get a DEXA / Bone Density Study?

Doylestown Health's Medical Imaging Department offers two convenient locations in Doylestown, PA and Warrington, PA where you can receive a DEXA / bone density study.

Doylestown

Address

Doylestown Hospital
Medical Imaging Radiology
595 West State Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
Office visits are by appointment only.
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Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday from 8 am to 3 pm

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Warrington

Address

The Health and Wellness Center
2nd Floor, Suite 2200
847 Easton Road
Warrington, PA 18976
Office visits are by appointment only.
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Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday from 8 am to 3:30 pm

Schedule a Study

Request to schedule your DEXA / bone density study or call 215.345.2274, Option 4.

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