Frequently asked questions
What is an X-ray?
An X-ray is an X-ray imaging technique. It allows you to visualize various organs, bones or structures of the body. The rays are more or less absorbed by the tissues before being collected on a photosensitive plate.
How do I have an X-ray?
You can have an X-ray whenever you want in one of our 14 Imagix clinics. The service is easy and fast. We take X-rays without appointment, even in the evening and on weekends. Simply go to an Imagix clinic with your prescription.
How is an X-ray performed?
An X-ray is performed by a X-ray technician and lasts only a few minutes. To find out what this procedure involves, consult our detailed section on radiography.
When should I have an X-ray?
An X-ray is a medical examination allowing the referring physician to diagnose various conditions such as bone diseases, injuries, fractures, infections, cancers, degenerative diseases or others.
How long does it take to send the report to my doctor?
Results are sent by fax, electronic medical record (EMR) or mail within 3 business days of the procedure.