If you've ever broken a bone or been to the dentist, you most likely know about radiography, more commonly known as the X-ray. Using a beam generated in a series of complex physical interactions within an X-ray tube, the machine basically takes a picture (the X-ray image) that lets a physician see inside the body to make a diagnosis.
We offer a wide range of general X-rays. The radiation dose during the process is negligible with exposure kept as low as reasonably possible. Pregnant patients should avoid radiation exposure, but if necessary, certain X-rays can be performed on pregnant patients by safely shielding the fetus.