Integrative Medicine
Digital X-Ray Technology

At The Osteopathic Center, we use digital X-ray technology for all of our X-ray purposes, which enables us to provide you with a quicker, more thorough diagnosis in a shorter amount of time. Using digital X-ray technology allows us to provide you with high-quality patient care and reduce your radiation exposure during the x-ray process by at least 75 percent. Digital X-ray technology also provides us with enhanced imagery and better image quality, which allows us to diagnose the issue in a more efficient and effective manner. Digital X-ray technology also allows for quicker image sharing and enables us to collaborate with other medical specialists if needed.  

Are you interested in learning more about how you can benefit from the digital X-ray technology used at The Osteopathic Center? Contact our offices in Miami, FL, and Knoxville, TN today for more information!

What is an X-Ray?

An X-ray is a form of electromagnetic radiation that can be used for medical imaging to enable physicians and medical specialists to determine the appropriate treatments for various internal conditions. X-rays help medical specialists provide an accurate and in-depth diagnosis for conditions like broken bones, joint disorders, cancer, or pneumonia.

What is digital radiography?

This form of X-ray imaging uses digital sensors and a digital image capture device rather than photographic film to take X-rays. Digital radiography increases the efficiency of the X-ray process and provides higher quality and more enhanced imagery. Digital radiography also uses less radiation to produce images, which in turn exposes our patients to lower levels of radiation and reduces the risks associated with conventional X-ray techniques.

Benefits of Digital X-rays

  • Minimal processing time
  • Quick image sharing
  • Less exposure time
  • High-quality images
  • Easier to use
  • No need for imaging plates or film

What can I expect?

During the X-ray process, one of our technicians will show you the appropriate position to places yourself in so that we can capture the necessary view of the affected area(s). We will ask you to remain while the X-ray is being taken in order to ensure that we are able to capture the highest quality imagery. In some circumstances, multiple X-rays in multiple positions may be required in order for us to obtain the best view of the impacted area(s) and provide the most thorough diagnosis.

Do you want to learn more about the digital X-ray technology used by The Osteopathic Center? Contact our offices in Miami, FL, and Knoxville, TN today for further information. We look forward to hearing from you!