Quantitative Brain SPECT Imaging

qSPECT® brain imaging is a type of functional brain scan that often catches what structural imaging like MRI and CT often miss when diagnosing complex neurological and psychiatric disorders.

Imaging centers and doctors across the country utilize software like CereMetrix to measure blood flow in up to 120 regions of the brain to help provide new information so providers can create a more targeted treatment plan.

Conditions

A qSPECT® functional brain study can help pinpoint the areas of the brain that contribute to the symptoms patients may be experiencing related to:

Alzheimer’s & Dementia
Ataxia
Headache & Migraine
Hypoxic/Anoxic Process
Mild Cognitive Impairment
Parkinson’s
Seizure
Stroke
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Toxic Brain Injury
Toxic Encephalopathy

ADD/ADHD
Anxiety Disorder
Bipolar Disorder
Depression
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Where to Get A qSPECT

Where to Get A qSPECT?

Find a provider of qSPECT® brain imaging closest to you.

Facility Addresses

SimonMed, 6740 E Camelback Rd, Suite 100, Scottsdale, AZ(866) 614-8555

SimonMed, 310 N Wilmot Rd, Suite 302, Tucson, AZ – (866) 614-8555

SimonMed, 24022 Calle de la Plata, Suite 100, Laguna Hills, CA(866) 614-8555

Imaging Healthcare Specialists, 477 N El Camino Real, Suite A-102, Encinitas, CA(858) 658-6500

Colorado location coming soon!

SimonMed, 10125 W. Colonial Dr., Suite 114, Ocoee, FL(858) 658-6500

Diagnostic Imaging Services, 4241 Veterans Memorial Blvd., #100, Metairie, LA – (504) 883-5999

MRI of Orange, 505 Rt. 208, Suites 14 & 18, Monroe, NY – (877) 437-9729

Prime Diagnostic, 12840 Hillcrest Plaza Dr., E100, Dallas, TX – (214) 341-8770

Excel Diagnostics, 9701 Richmond Ave., Suite 122, Houston, TX – (713) 781-6200

Akumin, 10501 Gateway Blvd. W, Suite 140, El Paso, TX – (915) 544-7300

SPECT Brain Research

Did you know searching “brain SPECT” in the U.S. National Library of Medicine database will return more than 14,000 scientific citations? Peer-reviewed literature is an important resource that supports the use of qSPECT® brain imaging as a critical part of the diagnostic process for brain-based disorders.

Library of Medicine

Request Records

If you are a former patient of CereScan and would like to request medical records or copies of your brain imaging report and/or images, please contact our Custodian of Medical Records at (720) 838-2241 or email at brett.green@cerehealth.com