X-rays are the most frequently used form of medical imaging. Your doctor may order an x-ray to look for broken bones, problems in your lungs and abdomen, or many other conditions. 

X-rays are painless and quick. Our Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) – an electronic and filmless information system for acquiring, storing, and electronically displaying medical images – allows radiologists and providers immediate access to diagnostic images and results.

Board-certified radiologists analyze x-ray and computer-generated images, then share their findings with your doctor, who in turn discusses them with you.