The following x-rays can be taken on-site as well as others not listed here.
A chest x-ray is one of the most common diagnostic x-rays. A chest x-ray enables a physician to see images of the heart, lungs, airway passages, blood vessels, spine, and the entire chest area.
Knee x-rays are helpful in diagnosing knee injuries. A knee x-ray can depict images of bones, tissues, and organs which can aid the physician in diagnosing certain knee conditions more easily.
Back x-rays, or x-rays of the spine can aide in diagnosing back related problems, as well as problems stemming from incorrect back surgery.
Ankle x-rays can confirm fractures/sprains, as well as indicate the need for foot surgery
Wrist x-rays can easily help the physician diagnose any fractures or disorders associated with frequent finger/hand usage.