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Niagara Falls Urgent Care

Urgent Care located in Niagara Falls, NY


Whether you took a spill on the slide or you were injured on the job, X-rays are the absolute best way for your doctor to determine the best course of action based on your condition. Not only do they illuminate exactly what’s going on inside of your body, but they can also provide doctors with insights they would never otherwise have by looking at you. That’s why at Niagara Falls Urgent Care, we are dedicated to providing exceptional X-rays to the people of the Niagara Falls, New York community.

X-Rays Q & A

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What is an X-Ray?

An X-ray is a minimally invasive procedure that allows the doctor to see the inside structures of your body. While there is no pain associated with an X-ray, it is the best way for a doctor to see how your bone structure may be affected by your condition.

It does this by using X-ray beams, which pass through your body and are absorbed according to the different densities of the materials that those X-rays hit. Bones show up as white on an X-ray, fat shows up as gray, and the air that you breathe shows up completely black.

Because Niagara Falls Urgent Care can identify different masses, muscles, fat, and bones through an X-ray, it gives him the information that he needs to make a proper diagnosis.

What are X-Rays Used to Treat?

X-rays are completely painless, making it perfect for doctors to find out more information about fractures, infections, osteoporosis, cancer, blocked blood vessels, and digestive tract issues.

Depending on your set of symptoms, Niagara Falls Urgent Care may order an X-ray so that they can get more information about what’s going on inside your body. Through X-rays, a doctor can identify a fracture, blockage, or mass that may be developing in your system, making it also great for preventive care. By teaming up with a trusted doctor from Niagara Falls Urgent Care for your X-ray, you’re giving yourself the best shot of catching a disease early.

What Can I Expect When I Receive an X-Ray?

We’ve already mentioned that X-rays are painless, but what do you need to know when you’re going in for an X-ray? An X-ray is an entirely routine procedure, so you don’t have anything to be concerned about.

Generally speaking, when you receive an X-ray you will have to remove any clothes on the part of the body that’s being examined. You will then have to remove jewelry, eyeglasses, and other objects that could affect the results of an X-ray. A medical professional from Niagara Falls Urgent Care will position your body to get the perfect image. You may have to hold your breath to keep your body as still as possible for the X-ray.

If you need an X-ray done, get yours from Niagara Falls Urgent Care, so you get the perfect diagnosis for your condition.

Accepted Insurance Providers

Niagara Falls Urgent Care works with most major insurance plans. If you have any questions, feel free to give our office a call and one of our knowledgeable staff members will be happy to help.


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Niagara Falls Urgent Care
3117 Military Road, Suite 2
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
Phone: 716-297-2052
Fax: 716-215-6170
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