X-Ray Image Services in New Milford, CT

This location does not offer x-rays, these nearby locations do, North Haven, Waterbury – Chase Ave., and Southington.

DOCS Urgent Care in New Milford gives you expert x-ray imaging services from board-certified physicians and trained technicians. Visit our walk-in clinic, which has low wait times, affordable prices, and accepts most insurances. A board-certified Radiologist is ready to review your images, as well as send you a digital copy. This copy will be available to share with your orthopedic surgeon or other specialist to coordinate your follow-up management and treatment.

At DOCS Urgent Care In New Milford, we seek to provide quality care and treatment for your unique needs, without the cost.  If you have been injured and are in need of x-ray imaging, please visit our New Milford location. Open 9am-5pm M-F, give us a call.



141A Danbury Rd.
New Milford, CT 06776



SAT: & Sun  8AM-4PM


Do you think you have fractured or broken a bone? Bones can be rigid and have little flex, too much force can result in cracks or breaks. If you have been in a serious trauma, like a car accident or collision, these types of situations can cause bones to break completely or shatter. If you fear you have broken a bone due to injury, the specialists, physicians, and technicians at the DOCS Urgent Care of New Milford have the experience and equipment needed for your care.

Common Bone Fractures

The most common type of bone fractures are:

Oblique Fracture- A bone fracture that causes the fracture to be in an angled pattern.

Transverse fracture- A broken bone that causes the bone to be in a horizontal fracture line.

Comminuted fracture- Bone has shattered in at least three places due to fracture.

Open, compound fracture- The bone is visible in the wound, or has pierced the skin due to trauma.

Stable fracture- Although broken, bones still line up.

Symptoms of a Broken or Fractured Bone

If you have a fractured or broken bone, you may display these symptoms:

  • There is intense pain when you move the injured area
  • There is tenderness near the injured area, which may be swollen
  • There is bruising around the injured area
  • There is a visual deformity, or the limb looks out of place, or has punctured skin

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.


X-ray imaging is not used just for fractured or broken bones. At our New Milford location,  we use digital imaging to determine a variety of health complications, including:


*Joint dislocations

*Foreign bodies

*Kidney stones

*Bowel obstructions and other various stomach issues

*Congestion or fluid in the lungs

X-Rays in New Milford When You Need It

At DOCS Urgent Care – New Milford is part of the larger DOCS Urgent Care network. A network made up of professional Urgent Care clinics, filled with board-certified physicians and specialists. Our main goal is to provide the best quality care to our patients, at a fraction of the cost.


During this surge in COVID-19 cases, our primary focus is meeting the high demand for tests, and we are seeing higher than usual wait times. This means we are unable to answer most phone calls. Please know that our teams are working very hard during this time to care for as many patients as safely as possible. Please click the button below for answers to common questions. We appreciate your understanding.