The Focal Zone: Mobile Veterinary Ultrasound

Diagnostic Ultrasound has become the modality of choice for non-invasive investigation of soft tissue, including abdominal, echocardiography, thorax and small parts such as thyroid and musculoskeletal structures. The results of high quality, advanced techniques in ultrasound yield a great deal of information in the diagnostic work-up for the general practitioner and specialist alike.

What is The Focal Zone?

The Focal Zone is a mobile veterinary ultrasound service. The service is owned by Dr. Eric Lindquist, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice), Cert. IVUSS, of Sonopath.  We currently have a mobile sonographer on the road for The Focal Zone Monday – Friday.

Current Services through The Focal Zone

Abdominal Study
Cardiac/Thoracic Study & ECG
Pregnancy Check
Fine Needle Aspirate Procedures

How Can The Focal Zone Benefit My Veterinary Practice?

  • The pet, client, and treatment remain with your practice; no referral necessary.
  • Your patient gets an ultrasound when they need it. We have sonographers on the road Monday – Friday, with a flexible appointment schedule to fit your needs.
  • Our team ensures fast, efficient scans, with the highest level of images that you have come to expect, and also keep your valuable doctor/tech time into consideration.
  • Results within 24 hours or less, to help expedite the continued care of your patient.

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