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Digital X-Ray Services

The Things You Need to Know About X-Rays

X-rays use very little radiation to produce their images. An x-ray’s radiation exposure shouldn’t harm an adult or child, but it might be harmful to an unborn child. You should also let the doctor know whether you’ve had any other radiation-based imaging exams in the past year. Multiple short-term exposures to imaging radiation may be harmful. Other than that, these are some of the most secure medical treatments!
Digital X-ray technology employs electronic sensors to capture images, eliminating the need for traditional film and chemical processing. This advancement significantly reduces the turnaround time for obtaining results, enabling medical professionals to assess the condition promptly.

One of the key advantages of digital X-ray services in urgent situations is their ability to produce real-time images. This feature proves invaluable when dealing with emergencies such as trauma, fractures, and internal injuries.

At AED Urgent Care, we are constantly looking for ways to improve the quality of our urgent care services. Many of our clinics have received digital x-ray services as part of that endeavour to provide patients with a more complete healthcare experience. We switched to a cutting-edge digital x-ray equipment to enhance image quality, process data more quickly, and offer more precise diagnostics.



Cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine

the head or the nose

Abdominal Pelvis/Hips

 fingers, hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, humerus, and radius of the upper extremities.

the toes, foot, ankle, leg, knee, tibia, and femur of the lower extremities


We have the equipment required for on-site diagnostic tests, which leads to a more focused treatment strategy.

X-Ray Resources

Question: Are X-rays dangerous?

Answer: X-rays generally use small amounts of radiation and are considered safe for both adults and children. However, it’s important to note that they can be harmful to developing babies. Your AED provider will assess your individual circumstances and address any specific safety concerns you may have.

Question: How can I determine if I need an X-ray?

Answer: You can consult your local AED team to help determine if an X-ray is necessary. If you’ve suffered an injury, such as a fall, and are experiencing pain, an X-ray can assist in determining the most appropriate treatment. X-rays are also utilized in various other situations.

Question: How long does an X-ray take?

Answer: AED Urgent Care aims to provide efficient service, and typically, an X-ray procedure takes approximately 15 minutes. However, the total time spent at the urgent care clinic may vary depending on factors such as wait times, additional tests or procedures, and the current patient volume. For more specific information on wait times and scheduling, it’s best to contact your local AED Urgent Care clinic.

How can I obtain the latest COVID-19 vaccine?

Receiving a COVID-19 vaccine is the most effective and safest measure to prevent severe illness. Similar to other vaccines, the COVID-19 vaccine instructs your body on building its own defense against the virus responsible for this disease. Typically, the COVID-19 vaccine consists of two doses, with the second dose administered 14 to 28 days after the initial one. It takes approximately three weeks after the final dose to develop immunity. Access to COVID-19 vaccination is subject to availability and regulations set by your state. Please reach out to us for further information on obtaining a COVID-19 vaccine.

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