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Computerized X-Ray

An x-ray is one of the most commonly used diagnostic tools in radiology.  An x-ray machine produces images of internal anatomy, and is often used to look at bones, soft tissues  and for the detection of calcified stones.  Our advanced computer systems allow for the scans to be quickly uploaded to our network in order to read them and send them to your primary care physician.

An x-ray scan is a completely painless procedure that often takes fewer than 15 minutes.  As with any of our diagnostic tools that use radiation, our x-ray machines are optimized to limit your radiation exposure to the minimum dose necessary.