X-Ray Imaging Services in Fairfield, CT

At DOCS Urgent Care in Fairfield, you will receive immediate attention for your injury. Instead of wasting your time in a congested ER, you can take advantage of our walk-in health center that has in-house X-rays. When you come to our clinic, you will receive attentive care and medical services by our professional personnel.

DOCS Urgent Care is looked after by a board-certified physician which means you will receive top-notch, compassionate care by our licensed employees.  You will get the same expert services the ER provides, but an affordable price unlike what the ER charges. We do everything we can to make insurance plans easily accepted so we can help every person who walks into our Fairfield office at a reasonable price.

QUALITY, AFFORDABLE CARE

DOCS URGENT CARE – FAIRFIELD

ADDRESS
525 Tunxis Hill Cut Off, Fairfield, CT 06825

PHONE: 203-870-1973
FAX: 203-870-1976

HOURS
WEEKDAYS : 8AM-8PM
WEEKENDS : 9AM-1PM

WILL I NEED AN X-RAY?

A high intensity of pressure on a bone can cause it to fracture or break completely, which is where the X-Ray comes into play. The most common cases that need an X-ray are broken/fractured bones. Many causes for these high-intensity breaks are car accidents, elevated falls, or serious accidents that cause severe damage to the bone. It is important to use an X-Ray to see the exact bone itself to make a proper diagnosis. Docs Urgent Care in Fairfield, CT are to provide professional eyes to look at your injuries and give the proper treatments.

Common Bone Fractures

Listed below are various types of bone fractures, such as:

Comminuted fracture- This fracture occurs under high intensity pressure where the bone is broken in  2 or more areas.

Oblique fracture-  This is fracture happens in angled patterns that are often seen as 45 degree breaks.

Open, or compound, fracture-  This fracture can be visibly seen where the bone itself is protruding out the skin.

Stable fracture- This kind of fracture means the bones can still align with one another. Transverse fracture- A fracture that is perpendicular to the shaft (long part) of the bone.

Symptoms of a Broken or Fractured Bone

You  may be feeling:

  • Sharp pain when moving the injured area
  • Dark colored bruises developing
  • You are tender to the touch/ welling
  • Visibly see the bone punctured through the skin or your bone looks abnormal/ out of place

It is best not to wait if you have any of these symptoms and come in to get treatment right away. We can get you an X-Ray right away without wasting time in a waiting room all day.

The Care When You Need It in Fairfield

DOCS Urgent Care in Fairfield CT is part of a large DOCS Urgent Care community that has expert medical physicians and doctors. Our top priority is to assist your injury promptly and at an affordable price so you can get better in no time.