X-Ray also known as Radiography is the oldest and most widely used form of diagnostic imaging in the world. X-Rays help doctors to properly diagnose a patients injuries and determine the treatment plan that is needed.

How to prepare for an X-Ray scan?

All patients should review our Patient Prep Page before their appointment.

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Depending on the study being performed patients scheduled for an X-Ray will either lie on a mechanical table or be asked to remain standing for the duration of the procedure. During the exam, the technologist may ask you to hold an uncomfortable position for a few seconds. Patients may be asked to hold their breath during parts of the exam as any amount of movement can result in necessitating additional imaging. You will be in constant contact with the X-Ray technologist should there be any problem or concern during your exam.

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