When you have pain and swelling that may indicate a broken or fractured bone, you can receive an on-site X-ray at Rochester Primary Care in Rochester Hills, Michigan. Ramkrishna Surendran, MD, and Suzanne Romadan, MD, offer the convenience of in-office X-rays to ensure you get the right treatment and fast. Learn more about the benefits of X-ray imaging by calling the office today or use the online booking feature to schedule an appointment.
An X-ray is an imaging test that provides black and white pictures of the bones in your body. Dr. Surendran and Dr. Romadan can use this type of test to detect bone breaks or fractures in you:
X-ray imaging can also be useful in detecting chronic health conditions, including arthritis and cancer.
If you have symptoms of an infection in your chest or lungs, your doctor may use X-ray technology to examine your chest area. Images of your test can also determine if you have conditions like pneumonia, heart failure, or lung cancer.
For your convenience, Rochester Primary Care offers on-site X-ray technology to prevent you from traveling to a hospital or other facility for a diagnosis.
Because X-ray technology uses small doses of radiation to produce images, your doctor places a protective covering over areas of your body not being tested. They may also you to sit or lie down or change positions to get the necessary images.
An X-ray procedure isn’t painful and requires no anesthesia. It can take some time for enough X-ray images to be taken to ensure a proper diagnosis.
Once the X-rays are complete, Dr. Surendran and Dr. Romadan can review the images to identify medical issues that need treatment.
X-rays are the quickest way to identify injuries to the bones or bone-related conditions, like arthritis, in the joints. Fast diagnostic testing ensures you receive prompt treatment to prevent further health complications.
Risk of radiation exposure during an X-ray is limited and your body won’t retain any of the radiation after the procedure. If you’re pregnant, Dr. Surendran and Dr. Romadan can determine if an X-ray is a safe procedure based on the reason for the test and your medical history.
You can expect to go back to your usual activities without any downtime or limitations. If any issues show up on your X-ray, you may need to undergo other testing.
If you suffer an injury to your bone and need an X-ray, call the office for an appointment today or use the online booking feature.