Services & Specialties
Consolidated Medical Practices of Memphis consists of internal medicine physicians as well as a wide variety of multispecialty providers, such as those who specialize in allergies, cardiology, endocrinology, hematology and oncology, infectious disease, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, and rheumatology.
Our knowledgeable and compassionate providers see patients in more than 20 locations throughout Memphis, Tennessee, and the midsouth region. Our providers also offer telehealth consultations, so you can access high-quality healthcare while remaining in the comfort and safety of your own home. To schedule your in-person or telehealth visit,
call your provider’s office directly.
Find out more about our medical services and specialties:
- Allergy / Immunology
- Hematology / Oncology
- Imaging Center
- Internal Medicine
- Infectious Disease
On-Site Diagnostic Imaging
For the added convenience of our patients, we offer a variety of diagnostic imaging procedures on-site at the CMPM Imaging Center in east Memphis, Tennessee
X-rays are one of the most commonly performed diagnostic imaging tests. Your physician may use X-rays to help identify or rule out numerous conditions that affect bones, joints, and soft tissue throughout the body. This includes broken bones, arthritis, tumors – and even the presence of pneumonia, which can be identified with a chest X-ray.
You are exposed to a small amount of radiation when you receive an X-ray. For example, a single chest X-ray is comparable to the amount of radiation you are exposed to in daily life over a 10-day period. The benefits of X-rays far outweigh the risks.
This imaging test takes multiple X-rays, from different angles, and then a computer processes the images to create cross-sectional “slices” of a target area of the body. This provides greater detail than regular X-rays do.
CT scans may be used to identify internal bleeding and bone or joint damage. It is also commonly used to detect changes to conditions being treated, such as cancer, heart disease, and emphysema – which can help your physician make adjustments necessary to your treatment regimen.
This is a specific type of X-ray imaging procedure that is used to detect the earliest signs of osteoporosis, which can put you at a greater risk of fractures. These scans are recommended for older adults, typically women age 65 and older and men age 70 and up. However, patients with risk factors for bone loss may be urged to have a bone density scan at an earlier age. Ask your physician when it is appropriate for you to get a bone density scan.
During a dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) bone density scan, you lie on an exam bed while the machine’s arm passes over your body, delivering X-rays beams at different frequencies to bone and soft tissue. The procedure measures the density of your bones – and the likelihood you may suffer a bone break.
The scan is quick and painless. The amount of radiation you are exposed to during a bone density scan is similar to that of a chest X-ray.
Ultrasound imaging is a safe, painless, and noninvasive method that uses sound waves to create a picture of internal tissue. During the relatively quick procedure, a hand-held transducer is glided over your skin in the target body area. Sound waves are directed deep into body tissue, where they harmlessly bounce off internal organs and structures, resulting in a real-time image of the inside of your body.
Because there is no radiation used in ultrasound imaging, it is safe for pregnant women, children, and others who would prefer to avoid radiation exposure.
Ultrasound imaging is used to monitor fetus development during pregnancy. It is also used to detect or rule out specific medical problems, such as issues affecting the heart, blood vessels, liver, kidneys, and more.