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Why Do we Offer X-ray Imaging at Tri-County Medical Clinic?
At Tri-County Medical Clinic, a comprehensive family and geriatric medical practice, we believe in patient-centered approach where our physicians continuously strive to provide quality and timely diagnosis with each and every patient.
The on site X-ray imaging service is yet another tool helping our physicians fulfill and accomplish their mission of proper and timely diagnosis. Having X-ray imaging on site, family and geriatric physicians at Tri-County Medical Clinic have the capability to quickly and properly diagnose injuries and conditions ( such as lung X-ray to check for pneumonia or a foot X-ray to check for a sprain or a fracture).
The X-ray technicians at Tri-County Medical Clinic take time to listen, offer the best care possible, and treat our patients like family.
Tri-County Medical Clinic is a family medicine practice- we take care of your whole family, from children to the elderly. We make it as easy and accessible for our patients as possible; you can have your X-rays taken at the same time as having your routine medical visit. We are available by appointment M- F, including evening hours. For detailed hours of operation, please refer to our contact page.
Improved Health Outcomes
Having X-ray imaging on site, family and geriatric physicians at Tri-County Medical Clinic have the capability to quickly and properly diagnose injuries and conditions ( such as lung X-ray to check for pneumonia or a foot X-ray to check for a sprain or a fracture). Proper and rapid diagnosis is key to prevention of chronic disease and better quality of life.
About X-rays performed at Tri-County Medical Clinic
Some of the X-ray performed at Tri-County Medical Clinic include:
- lung X-ray for infections
- joint X-rays for arthritis
- heart X-ray for enlargement/ heart failure
- abdomen X-rays for digestive tract issues
- bone X-rays for sprains and fractures
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What Does X-ray Imaging at Tri-County Medical Clinic Involve?
X-ray Imaging uses electromagnetic waves to essentially take a picture of the inside of patient’s body. The electromagnetic waves pass through the body, resulting in a clinical image. On the picture, the various body parts are shown in different shades of black and white colors. You are positioned on an X-ray bed while the X-ray machine takes images. You will most likely be asked to hold your breath in while the X-ray machine takes images of various body parts and in various positions. X-ray imaging is painless and very quick- usually lasting about 10-15 minutes. The physicians at Tri-County Medical Clinic will then promptly review and discuss the results with you and proceed with a treatment plan.
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About X-Ray Imaging at Tri-County Medical Clinic
Many primary care family practices have to refer patients out for imaging services. Referring patients out for imaging services can result in delayed diagnosis and possibly chronic issues that could have been prevented would the imaging service have been performed sooner. Having X-ray imaging on site, family and geriatric physicians at Tri-County Medical Clinic have the capability to quickly and properly diagnose injuries and conditions ( such as lung X-ray to check for pneumonia or a foot X-ray to check for a sprain or a fracture) , minimizing or preventing the possibility of chronic issues. On site X-ray imaging also means convenience for the patient without the additional hassle of having to visit multiple facilities.
Frequently Asked Questions.
If X-rays are Ordered, Do I Have to Travel to Another Clinic?
No, you will not have to travel to another clinic if X-rays are ordered. For your convenience and rapid diagnosis, Tri-County Medical Clinic offers an in-clinic X-ray imaging service.
Are X-rays Safe?
Since X-rays involve very little amount of radiation, the treatment is considered to be extremely safe.
Are There Any Special Preparations Prior to X-rays?
No, in general there are no special preparations required.
On-Site X-rays-Rapid Imaging. Rapid Diagnosis
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