Diagnostic Testing

Diagnostic Testing Clinic in Katy, TX

Visit League Health for convenient diagnostic tests. We are conveniently located at 23541 Westheimer Pkwy Suite 160, Katy TX 77494. For more information, please call us or book an appointment online. We serve patients from Katy TX, Cinco Ranch TX, Richmond TX, Houston TX, Cypress TX, Fulshear TX, Memorial City TX, and Sugarland TX and surrounding areas.

Diagnostic Testing Clinic Near Me in Katy, TX
Diagnostic Testing Clinic Near Me in Katy, TX

The following services are available to be included in exams based on your requirements.


We offer on-site X-rays for a quick, convenient evaluation as part of screening exams or after an injury. With state of the art digital imaging and X-ray machines in-house, our medical team is able to quickly assess your injury or illness and provide the best treatment possible. You won’t need to travel elsewhere for your X-ray, or wait in pain for hours. We’ll get you in, out, and on the road to recovery! Our services cost much less than a visit to the Emergency Room and we are happy to coordinate with your Primary Care Provider or chosen specialist to help manage any follow-up treatment.

We can diagnose the following conditions with X-ray:

– Bowel obstructions and Stomach Issues
– Broken Bones (Fractures)
– Congestion or Fluid in the Lungs
– Foreign bodies
– Joint Dislocations
– Kidney Stones
– Pneumonia


An electrocardiogram (EKG) is a simple, noninvasive procedure that is included in many occupational medicine exams. It is used to diagnose and monitor certain heart conditions, such as irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia), blocked arteries, heart damage, heart failure, and heart attack.

Pulmonary function test (Spirometry)

Spirometry is the most common type of pulmonary function test. This standard measurement of lung function is part of medical surveillance exams.

Audiometry Exams

The purpose of an audiometry exam is to test your ability to hear sounds at different frequencies and determine whether you have experienced hearing loss.

In some professions, like construction and factory work, workers often experience noise exposure that increases the risk of hearing impairment. Due to this increased risk, employers are required to provide appropriate screening when employee noise exposures are over a certain decibel threshold. Hearing tests should happen as part of pre-employment screening to establish a baseline, as well as yearly and when an employee leaves the job.


The DOT certification process requires that drivers have 20/40 vision or better. Generally, employer physical profiles require visual acuity, peripheral vision, and color blindness assessment.


We offer blood work and urinalysis to test for a wide variety of illnesses and contamination, including but not limited to tuberculosis testing, hepatitis and other illness titers, heavy metal screening, wellness and standard blood work panels.

Health Assessments

Biometric and other screenings along with wellness programs including health risk assessments and health coaching and education.