X Ray Specialist

Fremont Urgent Care Center -  - Urgent Care & Industrial Medicine Center

Fremont Urgent Care Center

Urgent Care & Industrial Medicine Center located in Fremont, CA

If you’re diagnosed with a broken bone or fluid in your lungs, the last thing you want to do is travel to another location to get X-rays. The Fremont Urgent Care Center offers digital X-rays on the Fremont, California premises, so you don’t have to go anywhere else. Fremont Urgent Care Center uses X-rays to diagnose fractures, pneumonia, and other concerns. A CD of your X-ray can be burned and given to you. If you suspect you might need X-rays at your urgent care visit, head straight to the walk-in clinic at Fremont Urgent Care Center.

X Ray Q & A

When does the doctor typically request an X-ray?

X-rays take a picture of the inside of your body, and they’re typically used to examine your bones or screen for fluid buildup. X-rays also give a picture of the structures of the heart and lungs. Fremont Urgent Care Center uses X-rays to determine if you have:

  • Broken or fractured bones
  • Dislocated joints
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer
  • Pneumonia

The medical providers at Fremont Urgent Care Center can also use X-rays to determine if your child has swallowed an object or if a foreign object is lodged inside your body.

What is the X-ray procedure like?

The X-ray technicians have you remove any jewelry or glasses that could distort the image. Then, they instruct you to either sit or lie down and position you for an optimal angle. They may have you wear a lead apron to protect other parts of your body.

Next, the technician steps behind a barrier to avoid radiation and takes the X-ray. You won’t feel anything as the machine sends a radiation beam through your body. The technician may take additional X-rays from multiple positions.

Your hard bones block this radiation, so they show up white on the X-ray film. Fat and muscle tissue block some of the radiation and show up gray. The air in your lungs doesn’t block any of the radiation, so it shows up black.

Are X-rays safe?

X-rays are the most well-established form of internal imagery. They’re quick, painless, and the least involved among other imaging techniques. X-rays provide immediate digital results, whereas CT scans and MRIs take longer to translate. The benefits of confirming diagnosis typically outweigh the minimal risks.

Because they use radiation, X-rays do pose a slight increase in cancer risk. The amount of radiation you’re exposed to during an X-ray is minimal, however, and it takes considerable exposure to radiation in the same location to constitute a cancer threat.

If you’re looking for a walk-in clinic in the Tri-City area with on-site X-rays, visit Fremont Urgent Care Center.

Occupational Medicine

• New Hire Exams

DOT Driver Exams

• Police and Fire Exams

• Return to Work / Fit for Duty

• Surveillance Physicals

       - Respirator

       - Hazardous Materials

       - ERT

Drug and Alcohol Testing

• Physical Ability Testing/Lift Tests

• Spirometry (lung capacity testing)

• Audiology (hearing)

• Vaccinations & TB Testing

• Laboratory


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Workers’ Compensation

• Injuries

      - Lacerations

      - Sprains and Strains

      - Simple Fractures

      - Repetitive Motion Injuries

      - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

      - Slips, Trips and Falls

      - Foreign Body to the Eye

• Chemical Exposure

• Blood Borne Pathogen Exposure

• Infectious Disease Exposure

• Hearing Conservation Program Variances

• Physical Therapy


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Urgent Care


Physical Exams

DOT Driver Exams

Wellness Exams

• Vaccinations & TB Testing

• Lacerations

• Colds, Coughs & Flu

Sprains & Strains

• Urinary Tract Infections

• Skin Rashes

• Bronchitis or Sinus Infection

• Simple Fractures

• Burns

• Ear Infections

• Physical Therapy


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