Flushing, New York

Main Street Radiology

We work hard to ensure our patients receive the highest standard of care available in a comfortable and stress-free environment

Main Street Radiology

32-25 Francis Lewis Blvd
Flushing, NY 11358
(718) 428-1500
Main Street Radiology, Radiology & Imaging, Health and Beauty, Flushing, New York

Main Street Radiology has been proudly serving the Queens community for nearly 50 years, and while they’ve evolved and grown during their time in the medical field, they’ve always stayed committed to their founding ideals of excellence and compassion.

Today, Main Street Radiology has four convenient locations: two branches in Bayside, one branch in Flushing, and one branch in Jackson Heights. They’re proud to boast a team of 32 board certified radiologists with a wide variety of specialty training in fields as diverse Neuroradiology, Musculoskeletal, Breast, Nuclear/PET CT, and Abdominal Imaging.

Main Street Radiology is constantly adapting and changing to better serve the community, which is why they’re dedicated to continuing to learn and grow. Their open view gantry design PET/CT scanner is the first of its kind in Queens, NY, and serves as just one example of the advanced quality of care Main Street Radiology provides.

They use the most state of the art diagnostic imaging tools available for more precise diagnosis and treatment, including:

Low Dose Multidetector CT3T Multichannel MRI3-D Digital Mammography TomosynthesisOpen View Gantry Design PET/CT Scanner Ultrasound and Bone Densitometry (DEXA)

Patients might initially choose Main Street Radiology because of their cutting-edge analysis tools and convenient locations, but they stay with the practice because of their caring doctors, friendly staff, and well-maintained facilities. 

The team at Main Street Radiology understands that providing high quality medical care is only half of the equation. They know that being caring, patient and compassionate is also a vital part of providing the superior medical care that has made them a success for almost half a century.

If you live in Queens, NY, and you need world-class diagnostic imaging services and outstanding patient care, contact Main Street Radiology at (718) 428-1500 today, or visit their website for more information. 

Announcements & Events from Main Street Radiology
4 Common Types of Breast Cancer, Queens, New York
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so it’s the ideal time to learn the facts surrounding this diagnosis. There are many different types of tumors that are classified by l...read more
4 FAQ About Breast Density, Queens, New York
Thanks to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, more women have the knowledge they need to protect themselves against the condition with screenings. If you've had a mammogram recently, you ...read more
Should Senior Women Stop Getting Mammograms?, Queens, New York
Mammograms are potentially life-saving screenings that can detect breast cancer in its early stages, when it’s most treatable. While this diagnostic tool is helpful for people of all...read more
How Doctors Use MRI Scans for Multiple Sclerosis Treatment, Queens, New York
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that affects the central nervous system, particularly the nerves. If you or someone you love has been asked to get an MRI (magneti...read more
What Are the Differences Between MRI & PET Scans?, Queens, New York
Doctors often turn to MRI and PET scans to accurately diagnose heart conditions, infections, and cancers. These tests are often scheduled in conjunction with each other to provi...read more
Calcium is an essential mineral for everyone, but especially for those with family histories of osteoporosis. If you’re at risk for developing this condition, inc...read more
If you’ve never had an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan before, the procedure may seem intimidating at first, especially if you’re being tested for cancer or another seriou...read more
Undergoing mammograms every one to two years after age 40 helps detect breast cancer early. If you’re due for your first screening, you may wonder what to expect. While your provider...read more
Osteoporosis is common among older adults, especially women. As bones become increasingly porous, they’re more likely to fracture and cause mobility issues. Whether you’ve already un...read more
Breast cancer doesn’t always present symptoms, which is why experts recommend mammograms every one to two years for those over 40. When a tumor progresses, however, some sy...read more
May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. These tumors come in many different forms and severities. While most are benign, others may be malignant, or cancerous. Since malignant growths ar...read more
Osteoporosis is a condition that results in loss of bone mass, leading to fragile bones that are more prone to breaking. If you’re at risk for the condition, bone density t...read more
A prostate biopsy detects prostate cancer. During the procedure, samples of tissue are taken from the prostate, a walnut-shaped gland that assists in the nourishment and tr...read more
April is Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month, which brings to light the roughly 18,500 adults who will receive a diagnosis this year. This cancer that can limit one’s ability to s...read more
March is colorectal cancer awareness month, which makes this the perfect time to schedule a virtual colonoscopy if you’re over 50. Many people find this minimally invasive ...read more
March is Kidney Cancer Awareness month. This type of condition can be diagnosed without a biopsy. Doctors often use less invasive methods, including computed tomograph...read more
Although any cancer can happen anytime to anyone, people are more prone to certain conditions depending on age and health history. This is why it’s crucial to get particular can...read more
A mammogram is an image of the breasts that allows doctors to detect early signs of breast cancer, sometimes up to three years before the disease can be felt via breast exams. T...read more
If you smoke, you've likely seen the Surgeon General's Warning label on the side of each carton of cigarettes. Smoking is a well-known health hazard, often leading people to get ...read more
As an expectant mother, caring for your child starts while they’re still in the womb. With ultrasounds and other advancements in technology, obstetricians can monitor a fet...read more
Cancer screenings are given to Americans across the country each year. These tests are essential for diagnosing over 100 different types of sicknesses, including melanoma, breas...read more
Ultrasounds are the first pictures you’ll get of your baby, so you’ll want to keep them as a memento of this exciting time. Fortunately, there are all sorts of creative use...read more
Osteoporosis is a condition that causes bone density to lessen. Over time, the bones become more brittle, and a person’s risk of experiencing a fracture will get higher. Along with s...read more
Colonoscopies are routine procedures used to screen for tumors, polyps, ulcers, and other abnormalities in the lower digestive tract. The following guide will help you determine if y...read more
When visiting your primary care physician for your annual physical, your doctor may recommend a mammogram. If you’re unfamiliar with this type of screening and what to expect from th...read more
When you’re pregnant, ultrasounds allow you to view and monitor the development of your baby while they grow in the womb. As with mammograms and MRIs, the process of getting one...read more
For some people, an MRI can feel tight and lead to anxiety. This is particularly true for patients with claustrophobia. To reduce any chance of complications during your scan, h...read more
When you’re experiencing abdominal discomfort and changes in your bowel movements, your doctor may recommend a colonoscopy. This cancer screening is a highly effective way to better ...read more
Colon cancer, or colorectal cancer, is the third most common cancer diagnosed in the United States, excluding skin cancers. The lifetime risk is generally one in 22 for men and one i...read more
There are many ways to detect breast cancer, most of which are performed in a clinical setting. For example, examinations performed by doctors, along with screenings such as mammogra...read more
Bone loss, also known as osteoporosis, is a serious issue for many people as they grow older. Insufficient bone density leaves you more vulnerable to fractures, as the bones bec...read more
Ultrasounds are synonymous with pregnancy and checking on a growing fetus. While this imaging test, which harnesses sound waves to get a visual on your body’s internal structures, is...read more
As with many types of serious illness, there are certain populations who face a higher risk of lung cancer. A combination of genetic, lifestyle, and environmental factors are believe...read more
Waiting for the results from a biopsy, MRI, or screening can be a harrowing experience for those faced with a possible cancer diagnosis. It’s important to take care of...read more
Metastatic breast cancer is characterized by cancerous cells that have spread beyond the breast tissue and lymph nodes. While breast cancer can spread to virtually any part of the bo...read more
As you age, your bones continue to play an integral role in your health. Age-related issues can lead to complications that make them brittle and prone to breaks. It’s important to st...read more
Every year, roughly one million Americans are diagnosed with some form of cancer. As a widespread health problem, routine appointments with your doctor and cancer screenings are...read more
When you hear about breast cancer, your first thought may be a woman. However, cancer can occur in the breast tissue of men, too, and since it’s not as commonly discussed, it’s ...read more
Although lung cancer is relatively common, there are a lot of misconceptions about its causes and treatments. And depending on the circumstances, believing such myths could...read more
An MRI provides doctors with an accurate look into your body. It plays an integral role in diagnosing issues and monitoring treatment. If you’re preparing for your first, t...read more
An MRI is a type of imaging test that uses magnets and radio waves to create detailed pictures of the organs and tissues. In a traditional, closed MRI, the patient is put in a long c...read more
The thyroid gland plays an important role in regulating metabolism and balancing hormones. Thyroid issues, such as nodules or hyperthyroidism, can create health complications. The be...read more
Virtual technologies continue to positively impact the medical field. They allow for easier, more accurate analysis and diagnosis compared with traditional methods. The colonoscopy i...read more
Osteoporosis and low bone density affect nearly 44 million people in the United States alone. And while the condition isn’t necessarily debilitating, it might mean you need to m...read more
Along with breast and prostate cancer, colon cancer is one of the most fatal forms of the disease, affecting thousands of adults every year. As with most illnesses, the quicker it’s ...read more
Increasing the risk of heart disease, stroke, lung cancer, and many other health problems, cigarette use is recognized as a leading killer in the United States. In fact, this practic...read more
When MRIs or standard X-rays don’t reveal enough information about what’s happening inside your body, you may need fluoroscopy. This unique medical imaging technique uses continuous ...read more
Low bone density is a condition that can increase your chances of developing osteoporosis later in life. It occurs when more bone is being lost than created. While women are more lik...read more
Mammograms are the primary method to identify breast cancer, and when it comes to diagnostics, there’s no room for error. Due to technological innovations, digital mammograms ca...read more
If you were recently diagnosed with breast cancer, telling your children is going to be hard, regardless of how old they are. Although there is no easy way to break this kind of news...read more
Osteoporosis can be a debilitating condition. As your bones weaken, they’re more prone to breaks, and you may lose height or experience other side effects. Bone density testing is th...read more
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As such, now is the perfect time to focus on your health and schedule a mammogram to determine whether there are any signs of breas...read more
Main Street Radiology’s, Dr. Frimmer, worked with a team to put together a case report that was featured in the recent SBI newsletter. Read the full report below. read more
Doctors use mammograms to screen for health problems in the breasts, and they help detect cancer early. However, the prospect of scheduling your first visit can be stressfu...read more
The prospect of undergoing a colonoscopy can be daunting for many people. However, this procedure is essential to detect colon cancer, so it is especially important for those who are...read more
If you are a male patient with high levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in your blood, a doctor may order a prostate biopsy. The procedure is the most reliable way to...read more
When visiting your primary care physician for a check-up, certain symptoms may prompt them to refer you for a cancer screening. While this process can be intimidating, understanding ...read more
Lungs are vital organs for taking in and circulating oxygen through the bloodstream. Throughout life, it’s common to come across countless risks that pose a threat to their health, s...read more
With the summer months finally here, protecting your skin is that much more vital. While many people associate sunscreen with the beach, it's crucial to wear it every day to safeguar...read more
What you may dismiss as a sprained wrist could indicate a deeper problem. Kienböck's disease, or avascular necrosis of the lunate, affects the lunate bone in the wrist. The bone is o...read more
Whether or not your family has a history of heart conditions, it is important to regularly examine your cardiovascular health. There are a variety of ways to accomplish this, sa...read more
Bone density testing is an easy and painless way to check the strength of your skeleton. It is commonly used to diagnose osteoporosis—which is characterized by fragile, weak, and eas...read more
For many, the start of the spring season is less about warm weather and sunshine and more about sneezing, coughing, and itching. If you experience seasonal allergies, it may be ...read more
With allergy season here, many people anticipate dealing with the side effects. However, symptoms are often shared among other illnesses, and it’s important to properly assess and tr...read more
Mother’s Day is a time to treat your loved ones and let them know you care. It is also the perfect moment to encourage them to get a mammogram. After you spend the day with your...read more
May is the designated month to raise awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. As a leading MRI facility serving Queens, NY, residents, M...read more
February is cancer prevention month, which means it’s time to think about what you can do to minimize your risk of developing this life-threatening condition. The MRI specialists at ...read more
After dealing with freezing cold temperatures and snow for months, many people are ready for spring to begin. Why not start the season right by refreshing your health habits? The med...read more
If you’re one of the millions of people who has been diagnosed with human papilloma virus, or HPV, it is important to schedule regular cancer screenings. Although it can develop into...read more
Cervical cancer is a potentially fatal disease that occurs in thousands of women each year. It happens when cancerous cells grow within the cervix, which is the lower portion of the ...read more
Breast cancer rates are on the rise in the U.S., but fortunately, the condition is treatable. In fact, early detection remains your best defense against the disease. That’s why ...read more
It’s easy to take your health for granted when you feel fine, but that’s when your doctor wants to see you most. Undergoing preventative screenings is an essential part of maintainin...read more
Preventative medical tests like lung screenings and mammograms can help people protect themselves from cancer or spot signs of serious illness before it spreads. Main Street Radiolog...read more
November is National Lung Cancer Awareness month, which provides a helpful reminder for those who are overdue for a lung screening to make an appointment. Although the disease is typ...read more
While the end of October has signaled the end of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Main Street Radiology encourages all women to continue the conversation. Offering extensive diagnostic...read more
Beginning at age 40, your doctor will check your prostate each year as part of your physical. Prostate cancer is one of the leading forms of the disease in older males, and rout...read more
When a person is pregnant or suffering from a health condition that requires a more accurate diagnosis, doctors often recommend ultrasound scans. At Main Street Radiology, with ...read more
Sun damage can have devastating and even fatal consequences. Ultimately, excessive sun exposure increases the risk of skin cancer, which can metastasize at a frightening speed. Howev...read more
With September as Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, it’s the perfect time to consider when your last visit to the doctor was. As one of the most common types of cancer found in women, ...read more
Nine-time Grammy winner and breast cancer survivor Sheryl Crow knows firsthand that mammograms save lives—which is why she is the national celebrity spokesperson for the&nb...read more
When it comes to physical activity for kids, playgrounds offer plenty of fun opportunities. But for all their advantages, they also pose several risks, including broken bones an...read more
Whether you have a genetic history of prostate cancer or are just worried about the risk, it’s natural to want to do all you can to reduce your likelihood of getting this disease. Wh...read more
While many people recover from a concussion without complications, a “wait and see” approach is never a good idea if you have symptoms of this traumatic brain injury. Without a prope...read more
Ovarian cysts, which are fluid-filled sacs in the ovary, are more common than you might think. While some women may not even notice they have a cyst, others may experience intense ab...read more
A prostate biopsy is a cancer screening in which small samples of tissue from the prostate gland are removed and analyzed. Doctors order it when men show signs of prostate cancer, su...read more
Cancer encompasses many diseases in which the body’s cells stop behaving normally. Instead of growing and dividing while healthy and dying when they become damaged, abnormal cells st...read more
Whether you have a family history of breast cancer or just turned 40 years old, it’s important to take preventative measures by scheduling an annual mammogram. Early detection of bre...read more
Endometriosis affects about 10% of the female population. The condition occurs when endometrial tissue, which lines the uterus, is found in other parts of the body, such as the fallo...read more
Being a high-risk candidate for heart disease is scary, but regular screenings can calm your fears. With this in mind, Main Street Radiology in Queens, NY, emphasizes the i...read more
April is Alcohol Awareness Month. Did you know alcohol is one of the most commonly used addictive substances in the United States? According to a 2014 survey by the Su...read more
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, making it the perfect time to spread the word about this condition. It occurs when the endometrium — tissue that lines the uterus — is found i...read more
Did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States? February is American Heart Month, and Main Street Radiology—a world-class d...read more
In the midst of a busy work schedule, it can be challenging to incorporate exercise into your daily routine. While hitting the gym for a few hours each day might not b...read more
January marks Cervical Health Awareness Month in the United States. About 13,000 American women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but luckily, the disease ...read more
Lung cancer is the most fatal cancer in the United States, but catching it before it spreads triples your chance of survival. That’s why lung screenings are so important. F...read more
It’s cold and flu season, which means it’s time to make sure your immune system is working properly. In addition to washing your hands and getting enough sleep, there are certain foo...read more
Is it time for your yearly mammogram? Has your doctor suggested you get a colonoscopy? Whatever type of medical imaging or diagnostic procedure you need, Main Street Radiology in Que...read more
Breast cancer isn’t an easy subject to discuss, but as the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women, it’s important to start the conversation. One in eight women will face a breast ca...read more
It’s never too early to start thinking about your New Year’s resolutions. This year, give yourself the gift that keeps on giving—your health. If you take steps to living healthy...read more
People put off important health matters for any number of reasons, from nervousness to busy schedules. However, there are some health tests, such as mammograms, that should...read more
If you’re a woman over 50, preventative health care can transform the way you think about aging. According to the medical professionals at Main Street Radiology, early testing techni...read more
Great modern health care depends not only on the expertise of doctors and technicians but also upon the cutting-edge equipment that enables them to diagnose and treat patients. ...read more
According to Breastcancer.org, women over the age of 40 should have a mammogram every year to screen for breast cancer. Women with a history of breast cancer in their family should s...read more
It’s widely known that getting older has a significant effect on bones in the human body, making them brittle and more susceptible to fractures. However, bone density isn’t just some...read more
Breast cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers among American women. About one in eight women will develop breast cancer—this year alone, there will be an estimated...read more
If you’re about to go in for your first MRI at Main Street Radiology in Queens, you probably have a lot of questions about what to expect and how to prepare. Luckily, their tale...read more
Receiving a cancer diagnosis after undergoing a regular mammogram is devastating, and it’s natural to experience a flood of negative emotions upon hearing the news. At Main Street Ra...read more
Along with undergoing an annual mammogram, women are encouraged to perform breast exams at home to aid in the early detection of cancerous tissues. However, properly performing a bre...read more
On Tuesday, June 7, the world will celebrate Chocolate Ice Cream Day! Queens, New York, is lucky to have an abundance of ice cream shops for the perfect chocolate indulgence. The nuc...read more
High blood pressure can eventually lead to a variety of serious conditions, such as a heart attack, heart disease, stroke, kidney damage, and vision loss. National Blood Pressure Mon...read more
Unlike an MRI, which uses radio wave energy to capture images of the body, a CAT scan (computed axial tomography) is a special X-ray that instantly transmits images of your...read more
In observance of Stress Awareness Month this April, Main Street Radiology in Queens would like to help their patients manage their stress. With reduced stress comes a lower chance of...read more
The myth that we only use 10% of our brains has been around for a while, but scientists have used MRI scanning to determine that we actually use 100% of our brain throughout the cour...read more
March has arrived, so it's time to don some blue in support of National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month—and if your doctor recommends it, schedule a colonoscopy. Since 2000, March ...read more
Every February, healthcare providers stress the importance of National Cancer Prevention Month, calling attention to the factors that put you at risk for cancer. While some may be ou...read more
The human brain is amazing. It keeps our body systems functioning, helps us make logical decisions, controls our behavior and allows us to feel emotions, like happiness and love. Thi...read more
Your health should be your priority, but more often than not, life’s other stresses and strains can get in the way. Main Street Radiology has become a leader not only in biopsies, ma...read more
Heart disease is the number one cause of death in women and is more deadly for women than all forms of cancer combined. Women's Heart Health Week, which spans Feb. 1-7, is a time f...read more
The start of a New Year is the perfect time to refocus on your health and your quality of life for the future. As you embark on a fresh year, make your own health and wellness a majo...read more
Main Street Radiology has become a leader in bone density testing, interventional radiology, and nuclear medicine not only in their home base of Queens but all over the country. Thei...read more
If cancer runs in your family or your lifestyle exposes you to many carcinogens, it is time to start getting screenings for cancer. Main Street Radiology in Queens, NY, uses MRI...read more
There’s no better time to familiarize yourself with the warning signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer than during National Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. The radiologists at&n...read more
With over 200,000 new cases of lung cancer in the United States this year alone, it's important for all people, smokers or not, to be aware of the symptoms of lung cancer. Main...read more
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Main Street Radiology in Queens, New York is dedicated to supporting everyone who has been diagnosed with and treated for the d...read more
Regular mammograms are an important part of maintaining female health and wellness, but many women aren’t quite sure when to start getting them, how often they should take place, or ...read more
Getting older can cause changes in your bone health. At Main Street Radiology, their staff wants to make sure you’re able to embrace the joys of aging with strong arms. Their hi...read more
If you’ve never heard of a PET-CT scanner, you’re not alone. PET-CT scanners are integrated scanning devices that combine images from a positron emission tomography (PET) scan with a...read more
Diagnosing and treating some common health issues, like headaches and back pain, can be a challenge for even the best doctors. They often rely on Magnetic Resonance Imaging scans, be...read more
At Main Street Radiology, located in Bayside, Flushing, and Jackson Heights, NY, the team of dedicated support staff and 32 board-certified radiologists is committed to providing sup...read more