Meet our tech…

Travis & Trina Armstrong, RDMS

Travis & Trina moved here from California a few years ago and opened CDA Ultrasound.  They have state of the art equipment in a beautiful, comfortable setting.  Travis has been doing ultrasounds for over 20 years.  He adds a fun and personal touch, not usually found in the world of ultrasound.

“Our philosophy is simple. Treat patients with unsurpassed and compassionate care while providing expert-level, ARMDS-credentialed ultrasound imaging for the guaranteed lowest service fees in the region. We want you to expect that every detail is taken care of so that you feel welcomed, at ease and relaxed. Coeur d’Alene Ultrasound is located conveniently at 2201 North Government Way, Suite J. Our newly renovated imaging center features High Definition Ultrasound technology from GE, HD Live and a 100” view screen! We are across the street from the old Mother’s Haven, at the far end of the Professional Plaza.

Like many of you, we fell in love with Coeur d’Alene because of the warmth and passion of the community and the incredible beauty of northern Idaho. We’re very thankful for the enthusiastic welcome we’ve received from our patients and feel encouraged to keep our focus on delivering premium quality ultrasound imaging, with five star service, for much less than you’ll spend anywhere else. We’d love to discuss your needs with you. Give us a call! 208.261.2520

Services Available

  • Medical ultrasound screening of the baby. Read and interpreted by radiologist
  • Endovaginal
  • Gender
  • Full Evaluation
  • Reproductive Organs
  • Abdominal Organs
  • Breasts
  • Thyroid
  • Vascular

Frequently Asked Questions

Will ultrasound harm my baby?

Ultrasound has been used for over 35 years. Harmful effects in cells of experimental animals or humans have not been demonstrated in the large amount of studies that have so far appeared in the medical literature purporting to the use of diagnostic ultrasound. Findings in one study reporting lower birth-weights in babies exposed to prenatal ultrasound have not been reproducible.

I want to know the sex of my baby, can you tell me that?

Usually by 20 weeks the genital of the baby can be easily seen, however ultrasound can never be 100% accurate in determining the sex of your baby due to many different factors such as, baby’s position, amniotic fluid level and patient size.

Do I have to have a full bladder?

Yes, “Fluid is our friend” and we’ve found that being well hydrated prior to the ultrasound makes for better images as the level of amniotic fluid around the baby may actually increase with adequate fluid intake.

Can family and/or friends be present at the time of the ultrasound?

Yes, we encourage patients to bring whomever they’d like to have share in this special experience. Siblings are welcome to participate. However, young ones may get bored with the process and may need someone to care for them.

“For You created my inmost being. You knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Your works are wonderful I know that full well.  My frame was not hidden from You when I was woven together in the depths of the earth, Your eyes saw my unformed body. All the days ordained for me where written in Your book before one of them came to be.”

–Psalms 139:13-16