2619 SW 17th St, Topeka, KS 66604
(785) 233 - 3185

Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnotic Imaging

Diagnostic imaging is a non-invasive method of taking medical-grade images of the body to diagnose disease. We have some of the most advanced imaging technologies available for our veterinary patients.

Our diagnostic imaging capabilities include Digital radiology, Dental digital radiology, and Ultrasound. These services are run by our team of on-site, highly skilled veterinarians and experienced technical staff.

Our state-of-the-art equipment can serve the medical imaging needs of small companion animals (dogs and cats), exotic pets, and avian patients.

We collaborate with other areas of our hospital to plan sophisticated treatments for pets with many types of illnesses or injuries.

Hip Certification

We offer OFA Hip Dysplasia screening and certification radiographs. Please visit the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals website for more information about the process. Learn More >

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Routine Wellness Care

Routine wellness and preventative care are provided on an annual basis for all patients of University Veterinary Care Center to maintain the patient's health as a whole. This can include; yearly physical examinations, vaccine boosters or titers, bloodwork, parasite checks, and dispensing of parasite preventative medication.

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Rehabilitation and regenerative medicine is a passion of ours here at University Veterinary Care Center. We believe by offering physical therapy, animal chiropractic, and cold laser as additional integrative treatment options, a pet's health outcomes improve.

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Critical Care

We offer several critical care and emergency related services for current patients regardless of species. Our doctors remain on-call for current patients seen within the past 12 months experiencing after-hours emergencies.

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