Expert Veterinary Radiology That Puts Your Pet First.
When a best friend is sick, getting answers is the only thing that matters. You want to know what’s wrong, what can be done…so you can move forward with treatment that will relieve discomfort and ease minds.
Seeking out a board-certified authority in veterinary radiology is often a critical step to getting clear and reliable answers, fast. Contact our imaging center through Pet Emergency Treatment and Specialties (PETS) in Lancaster: 717-295-7387.
When You Have Answers, You Can Make
One of the most discouraging things about trying to help a sick or injured animal is not knowing what’s going on inside. Add that to long wait periods to see specialists, sometimes-vague results, invasive procedures…and pet owners quickly begin to feel helpless and frustrated.
But there is something you can do to alleviate pet distress and owner worry. With one call to Pet Emergency Treatment and Specialties (PETS) in Lancaster for scheduling, you can ensure distinct imaging, delivered in a timely manner—so you can keep everyone informed and equip them to make important decisions.
- Survey Radiographs (X-Ray)
- Abdominal Ultrasound
- Non-Cardiac Thoracic Ultrasound
- Neck/Cervical Ultrasound
- Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
- CT Scan Interpretation
- Liver-Mass Biopsies
- Parathyroid Tumor Ablation Injections
- Kidney Cyst Injections
Our board-certified veterinary radiologist is a licensed veterinarian who’s been intensely trained in radiography, ultrasonography, and computed tomography. Our services identify everything from broken bones to organ and tissue abnormalities.
Ultrasound, or Ultrasonography, uses ultrasonic sound waves to create incredibly detailed images of internal structures, as well as any abnormalities or growths. This technology is critical to guiding minimally invasive procedures.
Biopsies and Injections
With ultrasound guidance, our board-certified veterinary radiologist skillfully performs a wide variety of minimally invasive procedures, including liver-mass biopsies, parathyroid tumor ablation injections, and kidney cyst injections.
Dr. Van Knox, Our Board-Certified Veterinary Radiologist
When making a referral to our radiology clinic in Lancaster, PA, you can rest assured that Dr. Knox makes the comfort of the animal his first priority—followed closely by the fastest and most accurate results possible. This gives primary-care and other specialty veterinarians the ability to not only more effectively treat the animals under their care, but to offer clients peace of mind in knowing that answers are on the way.
Dr. Van Knox is a board-certified veterinary radiologist, certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology. He’s performed more than 70,000 ultrasound exams, 12,000 ultrasound-guided aspirates, 9,000 ultrasound-guided biopsies, 100 ethanol ablations of parathyroid nodules, and over 200,000 radiology studies. His knowledge and experience are unmatched in the area, and his love for animals shines through in every procedure.
The Trusted Veterinary Radiology Difference
As you search for ‘veterinary radiologist near me,’ know that the health and comfort of the animals we diagnose comes before all else. Dr. Knox knows, from experience, that when pets are relaxed, better images are captured. He puts his love for animals, as well as his decades of experience, into action as he works one-on-one with referring veterinarians—to ensure that our furry friends receive only the best.
Call Pet Emergency Treatment and Specialties (PETS) in Lancaster today, at 717-295-7387, to reach our office during regular business hours and schedule a diagnostic imaging appointment. Or leave a message and we’ll return your call as soon as we’re able.