Westgrove X-ray is an independently owned diagnostic imaging clinic with a fresh modern approach to imaging. Our mission is to serve the healthcare needs of our community with friendly and efficient service, utilizing the most advanced technology. Our team is proud to take care in providing our patients the highest quality and most efficient services.
We are proud to be accredited by the college of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta, which only awards accreditation after intense evaluation of the practice. This includes reviewing qualifications of the personnel, assessing image quality and confirming the operational excellence of the equipment and the facility in its entirety. All technologists are licensed, hold CAMRT certification. Our Radiologist is board certified by the Canadian board of radiology. In Addition to securing high-quality service to our patients and Physicians, our team at Westgrove X-Ray Clinic strive for prompt and courteous service. We are committed to providing the most accurate, safe, timely and caring medical imaging. DIGITAL X-RAY IMAGE A quick painless test that produces images of the structure inside your body in particular your bones. As x-ray beams pass through your body they’re absorbed in different amounts depending on the density of the material being passed through. Dense material like bone and metal show up as white on x-rays. Fat and muscle appears as varying shades and the air in your lungs show up as black. Digital x-rays are saved digitally on computers and can be viewed on-screen instantly. A Radiologist interprets the images and sends a report to your doctor, who then discusses the findings with you BONE DENSITY Is a low-dose, non-invasive x-ray procedure that is used to measure bone density and strength. It is most often used to diagnose Osteoporosis, which is a progressive disease of the bone characterized by low bone density and deterioration of bone tissue. This condition can lead to bone fragility and increased risk of fracture (specifically in the hip, wrist, and spine). Osteoporosis develops over time which is why early detection is essential. Contact us today for more information or to book an appointment.
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