An X-Ray can reveal a broken bone, a fracture. Getting an X-Ray is commonplace in many musculoskeletal (orthopaedic) offices.  The 2-dimensional view of your body’s structure is often enough to get an OSS provider started with the right treatment.

If you had an X-Ray taken at another facility, you should bring the image (on a CD) so our provider can view it.  Otherwise, when you come to your appointment, you and your doctor will discuss the area of concern so you can then get an X-Ray in the appointment, if warranted.

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