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At AFC Urgent Care Dunedin, we provide our patients with a wide range of medical services for your urgent care needs, and that includes digital X-rays.
Our walk-in urgent care center uses a state-of-the-art, high quality, digital X-ray machine for diagnostic purposes. Digital X-ray machines are much better for your overall health and well-being, because they reduce your exposure to radiation. Radiation can be dangerous when exposed in large quantities, and so using a digital X-ray machine that lessons this exposure is a great health conscious decision we made with you in mind.
Our digital x-ray system can diagnose:
We use our digital X-ray machines as a diagnostic tool when you need it most. Using our high quality X-ray machines, we’ll be able to see if your arm is truly broken, or if it is just sprained.
Since digital machines produce higher quality pictures, with a greater level of detail than traditional X-ray machines, you can be sure that you and your physician will get clear, accurate results.
We accept most insurance, plus we charge much less than a hospital does even though we use machines with better technology. Come to us, and we’ll help save you both time and money.
For more information about our digital x-rays, or other services we provide, please call us at (727) 205-0641, or stop by today!
X-rays do use small amounts of radiation, but they’re generally safe for adults and children. That being said, there are some cases where they can be damaging – to developing babies, for instance. Your AFC provider will take your circumstances into account and answer your unique questions about safety.
Your local AFC team can help you answer that question when you contact them. If you’ve experienced a fall or other injury and are in pain, an X-ray could help determine the best course of treatment. They’re also used in a variety of other circumstances.
At AFC, we always strive to get you in and out as quickly as possible, and the X-ray itself should only take around 15 minutes