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High-Quality CT scans for Cleveland and all of Northeast Ohio.

At Lumina, we offer CT scans in Cleveland that give insight about your health—easily and simply.

CT scans are invaluable tools used by physicians to pinpoint issues affecting your health. But it’s your choice where to get needed medical imaging completed. We remove the hassles for patients looking for CT scans in Cleveland with seamless scheduling and pre-authorization processes, quick results, hospital-grade equipment, and more.

Read on for more on our CT scan services, or connect with our team today to schedule your next medical imaging appointment.

Get a clear picture about CT scans.

A CT scan uses radiation, via computed tomography, to produce cross-sectional 3D images of your body. These images show more detail than an X-ray. While CT scans do use radiation, the benefits of the scan ordered by your physician almost certainly outweigh any minor risks associated with the process. 

A highly sophisticated and computerized rotating gantry—the moveable framework on the equipment—is used to take images of the body part. The actual scan time is usually less than a minute, however it may take several minutes to properly position the patient, enter data and plan the scanning.

Physicians typically order a CT scan when looking for or assessing the following: 

  • Stroke and intracranial bleed in cases of trauma and severe headache
  • Spine fractures
  • Superior sensitivity for extremity and pelvic fractures compared to routine X-rays
  • Lung problems such as cancer, trauma, pneumonia, nodules (lump), interstitial diseases (progressive scarring of lung tissue)
  • Blood or lymph vessels
  • Coronary artery calcium screening
  • Abdominal and pelvic pain or trauma, detection of cancers and various other pathologies
  • Many other indications

Learn more about the differences between CT scans and MRIs on our blog, and visit our FAQ section for more information.

Experience the Lumina difference for CT scans in Cleveland.


  • Same and next-day appointments
  • Mobile check-in
  • Results within 24 hours
  • Convenient neighborhood locations


  • Free off-street parking
  • Spacious machines
  • Calming interiors
  • Your favorite music during scans


  • Flat-fee pricing that beats hospitals
  • CT scan – $350
  • CT scan with contrast – $400
  • In-network with most major insurance networks in Ohio


  • Hospital-grade technology
  • Experienced, trained and certified technologists
  • Low Dose Lung Screening available – $120
  • Calcium Cardiac Scoring Available – $99
Convenient locations

Easy-to-reach locations. Get your CT Scan and get back to your life.

With four locations scattered across Northeast Ohio, Lumina makes it easier to get CT scans near Cleveland. Explore our facilities below and reach out to our team to learn more. 


3985 Medina Road, Suite 180, Medina, OH 44256
Phone: (440) 592-6085


8401 Mentor Avenue, Suite B, Mentor, OH 44060
Phone: (440) 592-6095


5855 Harper Road, Suite A, Solon, OH 44139
Phone: (440) 592-6105


30400 Detroit Road, Suite 101, Westlake, OH 44145
Phone: (440) 592-6065

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