On-site X-rayServices

Broken Bone or Sprained Ankle? Why Let the Pain Linger? Urgent Way has You Covered.

Urgent Way provides on-site X-rays for a large range of diagnostic purposes. Stop by our walk-in clinic anytime and we will provide you with fast results within the very same visit. We can even forward necessary files to your primary care physician according to your requirements. Whichever option you chose, we guarantee a complete, thorough, and quick examination. From broken bones to more complex fractures, Urgent Way treats everything under one roof. We offer on-site X-ray facilities for children as well as adults. You do not have to prolong the pain; our state of the art X-ray machines ensure that you get the most comprehensive examination for your ailment.

Our six locations are always open. We operate 7 days a week, 365 days a year. No appointments are needed. Walk in to get seen by the next available technician.

We Perform On-site X-rays for the Following:

  • Abdominal
  • Lungs
  • Lower extremities: foot, ankle, knee, leg (tibia, fibula, femur)
  • Upper extremities: hand, wrist, elbow, arm (humerus, ulna, radius)
  • Pelvis / Hip
  • Skull
  • Spine / Lumbar
  • Pre-certified MRI or CT scan

How Can We Help?

Urgent Way’s state of the art digital radiography technology allows our doctors to magnify images to provide a thorough and accurate diagnosis. Our doctors are available at all times to treat your injuries and fractures and help you determine the appropriate course of action. All these procedures are done on-site saving you time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are X-rays safe?

X-rays include slight risk of damage to cells or tissues as a result of the exposure to radiation, including low levels of radiation used for the test. However, the risk of damage is very low in comparison to the benefits of the test. The radiation from a chest X-ray is equal to that of radiation experienced during a round-trip airplane flight from Montreal to Vancouver.

Will the X-ray cause damage to my cell phone?

No, they do not. However it is advised to turn off your cell phone when receiving the procedure to avoid any disturbances.

Do I have to remove jewellery or wear a gown?

We suggest you remove any jewelry around the affected areas including earrings, necklaces, dentures, or belly button rings depending upon the affected area. You must also remove nylons, tensor bandages and splints unless otherwise advised by the physician.

X-rays for chest, spine, abdomen views, knees, hips, and femurs usually require that the patient wear a gown. We advise you to wear clothing that is easy to remove to avoid any inconveniences during your visit.