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X-Rays in Denver, CO

X-Ray Services in Denver, CO – Dr. Graham Reinhardt

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Reinhardt Chiropractic has the necessary imaging tools in our Denver office, so you don’t have to travel all over town for imaging. While not all new patients need x-rays on the first visit, we have that option in-house if indicated by the doctor in order to save you time and money. We always do an examination on the patient’s first visit to address their complaints/concerns. Some, but not all, patients require x-rays for access to any fracture, skeletal deformities, or any contraindications for treatments. Patients appreciate the thoroughness of seeing that it is safe to receive treatments or if the patients needs to be referred out. X-rays are a very low dose of radiation and give a wealth of information to Dr. Reinhardt allowing him to create a more specific treatment plan.

At Reinhardt Chiropractic, we believe in the value of wellness. On-site x-rays help further that belief, as we are able to relieve the stress of our patients and have the ability to quickly recognize any issues or conditions from the x-ray.

What are on-site x-rays?

An x-ray is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions. A bone x-ray makes images of any bone in the body, including the hand, wrist, arm, elbow, shoulder, spine, pelvis, hip and more. On-site x-ray services are when x-rays are performed in the office for routine studies, such as chest, bone and joint, and abdominal films. More complicated studies may be referred to an outside, radiologist specialists. In some cases, tests can be performed internally with results available immediately.

Denver, CO X-Ray FAQ’s

Does my insurance cover x-rays?

When patient’s bring in their insurance card, we will check ALL benefits, such as x-rays.

Does everyone require x-rays to be a new patient?

No. Only those that Dr. Reinhardt feels are medically necessary will require x-rays.