Canadian Diagnostic Network
When going in for your appointment, avoid wearing jewelry or clothing with metallic items including clips, snaps, buttons, and zippers. Metal parts interfere and overshadow the X-Rays, which will result in improper imaging.
You may be asked to remove articles of clothing and put on a paper gown. During the x-ray you will be asked to remain completely still while the test is being performed. The test itself is quick and usually lasts only a few seconds to a few minutes depending on the number of images required.
Once the x-ray is complete you may be asked to remain at the facility in case more images are required. After you leave, you can resume your daily activities.
A radiologist will usually view and interpret the images and then send the report to the requesting doctor. Your doctor should explain and discuss the results with you during your follow-up appointment.
Please complete the Quick Form below. After you submit this information, CDN support will contact you by email to confirm your appointment. If you have a medical emergency, dial 911
X-ray is a non-invasive and pain-free method of diagnostic imaging that is used to clearly view internal structures of the body.
We only offer x-ray services as a walk-in only. You do not need an appointment for this type of service.