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Frequently Opted X-Ray Scans

X-rays are an essential diagnostic tool used by medical professionals to evaluate and diagnose a wide range of medical conditions. These scans provide detailed images of the body’s internal structures, such as bones, organs, and tissues, which can help identify a variety of medical issues.

SKULL X-Ray Scans

This diagnostic imaging technique uses X-rays to create detailed images of the bones and structures within the skull.

Body Parts Examined:
  • Skull
  • Facial bones

SPINE X-Ray Scans

X-rays to visualize the bones of the spine (vertebrae) and the spaces between them.

Body Parts Examined:
  • Spinal Column
  • Cervical (neck)
  • Cervical (Neck)
  • Lumbar (lower back)

CHEST X-Ray Scans

X-rays to generate images of the chest area, including the heart, lungs, and surrounding structures.

Body Parts Examined:
  • Chest area
  • Heart
  • Lungs
  • Ribcage
  • Diaphragm

RIBS X-Ray Scans

X-ray imaging specifically focused on the ribcage to assess the condition of the ribs and surrounding soft tissues.

Body Parts Examined:
  • Ribcage
  • Ribs and adjacent soft tissues


X-ray examinations aimed at the lower limbs, including the hips, thighs, knees, lower legs, and feet.

Body Parts Examined:
  • Lower extremities
  • Area from hips to feet


X-ray imaging focused on the upper limbs, including the shoulders, arms, elbows, forearms, wrists, and hands.

Body Parts Examined:
  • Upper extremities
  • Area from shoulders to hands

Frequently asked Questions

Ans: An X-ray is a medical imaging technique that uses a small amount of ionizing radiation to create images of the inside of the body. X-rays are absorbed differently by various tissues, allowing for the creation of detailed images.

Ans: X-rays are used to visualize bones, joints, and some soft tissues. They are commonly used for diagnosing fractures, infections, lung conditions, and dental issues, among other medical conditions.

Ans: Preparation for an X-ray is typically minimal. In some cases, you may be asked to remove jewelry, clothing with metal fasteners, or any other objects that could interfere with the X-ray image.

Ans: X-ray imaging itself is painless.

Ans: The duration of an X-ray can vary depending on the complexity of the examination. Most X-rays are completed within a few minutes.

Ans: X-rays do involve exposure to ionizing radiation, but the amount used in diagnostic X-rays is considered safe.

Ans: In some cases, the X-ray images are provided immediately.

Ans: We allow patients to have a family member or friend present during the X-ray for support.

Ans: Some X-rays may require a doctor’s prescription, while others can be scheduled directly with the diagnostic center.

Ans: We offer various types of X-rays, including standard radiography, fluoroscopy, dental X-rays, and more.

Ans: X-ray costs can vary depending on the type and location of the exam. Insurance coverage also varies, so it’s essential to check with your insurance provider and the diagnostic center regarding costs and coverage.

Ans: We provide patients with a copy of their X-ray images