Diagnostic X-Ray Imaging Services $50

What is X-ray imaging?

X-ray imaging (radiography) is the most commonly used technique in radiology. X-rays are safe when properly used by radiologists and technologists who are specially trained to minimize exposure. No radiation remains after the radiograph is obtained.

X-rays can be used to image every part of the body and are used most commonly to look for fractures. They are also commonly used to examine the chest, abdomen, and superficial soft tissues. X-rays can identify many different conditions, and they are often a fast and easy method for your doctor to make a diagnosis.

 

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Common diagnostic imaging procedures are X-rays of the chest, abdomen, skull, spine, pelvis and extremities. The use of X-rays allows the radiologist to view inside the human body to diagnose an injury or illness.



Bring an order from your doctor and we’ll take care of the rest! X-Ray walk -in hours are M-F  8am- 8pm / Sat 8am – 1pm  (hours vary by location). Our imaging centers offer extended hours, including early mornings, evenings and Saturdays. For more information, please call 317-XRAY NOW (972-9669)/800-400-XRAY (9729).


Our 50+ radiologists are certified by the American Board of Radiology, members of the American College of Radiology, and have received subspecialty fellowship training following their residencies in diagnostic radiology.

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Friendly staff, reasonable wait for the process, great turnaround time for results back to my doctor!"

X-Ray Patient October 2017

What to Expect from Your X-ray

There is no preparation needed for an X-ray. Learn more about what happens during an X-ray procedure by watching this video.