X-Ray Image Services in Norwalk, CT
DOCS Urgent Care in Norwalk provides specialized x-ray imaging services from board-certified physicians and trained technicians. We have low wait times, and affordable costs at our walk in clinics, where we accept most insurances. Our board-certified Radiologist is readily available to view your images, and can send you a digital copy to share with your orthopedic surgeon or other specialist. This service is great to coordinate follow-up management and treatment with your physician.
We pride ourselves on giving you quality care and treatment, without the cost. If you have been injured and are in need of x-ray imaging, please visit our Norwalk location. Open 8am-8pm M-F, 8am-6pm Sa-Su. Call us today!
QUALITY, AFFORDABLE CARE
DOCS URGENT CARE – NORWALK
677 Connecticut Ave.
Norwalk, CT 06854
WEEKDAYS : 8AM-8PM
WEEKENDS : 8AM-6PM
DO I NEED AN X-RAY?
If you think you have a broken or fractured bone, getting an x-ray is probably wise in order to get a correct diagnosis. Our bones are rigid, so too much force will cause breaks or cracks to develop. Any sort of seriously trauma, such as a car collision, can cause for bones to shatter or break completely. If you have recently been injured or involved in a serious trauma and fear you may have broken a bone, let our professional physicians and technicians help! At DOCS Urgent Care of Norwalk, we have the expertise and equipment needed for your unique care.
Common Bone Fractures
There are many different types of bone fractures, these are the most common:
Oblique Fracture- A fracture that is seen in an angled pattern.
Transverse fracture- A broken bone resulting in a horizontal fracture line.
Comminuted fracture- A fracture where bone has shattered in at least three places.
Open, compound fracture- The broken bone has pierced the skin and is visible in the wound.
Stable fracture- A fracture where the broken bones still line up.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you have have fractured or broken a bone:
- Moving the injured area causes intense pain
- The injured area is tender or swollen
- You see bruising near the injured area
- You see visual deformity, like a limb looking out of place or has punctured the skin.
If you or someone you know are experiencing these symptoms, you must seek medical attention immediately. You can reach our Norwalk location by calling: (203) 298-9752. We will perform the needed x-ray imaging and our specialists will diagnose the extent of the injury.
OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONS DIAGNOSED WITH AN X-RAY?
X-rays are useful for multiple medical purposes, not just for broken bones. We can check for a large quantity of different health complications at our Norwalk location, including:
*Bowel obstructions and other various stomach issues
*Congestion or fluid in the lungs
X-Rays in Norwalk When You Need It
DOCS Urgent Care – Norwalk is part of the larger DOCS Urgent Care network. A network of professional Urgent Care clinics, with a team run by board-certified physicians. We aim to provide our patients with the highest quality of service and care, all at affordable prices.