X-Ray

We provide a Digital Radrex X-ray services which provides sharper images at lower doses of radiation.

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If you are making your own payment, we accept all major credit cards. Your health insurance may cover the costs.

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An X-ray is like taking a photograph and is just as quick and painless. But, instead of getting a picture of a person, we get a clear picture of your bones and an impression of your organs. The equipment does this by using X-ray waves produced by the machine instead of light waves from the sun or a flash.

We provide a Digital Radrex X-ray services which provides sharper images at lower doses of radiation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fees

X-Ray – from £49.00

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If you are making your own payment, we accept all major credit cards. Your health insurance may cover the costs.

Duration

15 Minutes

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You will usually need to be referred for an X-ray by a health professional, such as a Consultant or GP. You can also book and pay for your own private X-ray – one of our doctors on site can make the necessary initial assessment. All we need is details of a health professional to send your result.








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Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of the questions our patients ask before an X-ray. If you have any other queries, please do not hesitate to contact us 03333 585 111.

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Yes, it uses radiation.

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For most X-rays you can stay in your own clothing as long as there is no metal around the area we will be scanning. If you are unsure and would like more information, please contact us on 03333 585 111.

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Jewellery only needs to be removed if it is in the area we are scanning (e.g. rings for a hand X-ray). When you get to TIC Health the Radiographer will inform you if any jewellery needs to be removed.

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X-rays are quick pictures. Once the Radiographer has positioned you for your x-ray it is important you do not move.

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At TIC Health we believe that patient dignity and experience is vital. If you would like to be scanned by a specific gender please give us a call and we will be able to accommodate this request.

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You will normally only hear a noise when the X-ray image has been taken. After that there will be no noise.

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X-rays are quick pictures. You should not feel anything when having an X-ray

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No paperwork will be required. If there is any paperwork for you to fill out, the Radiographers will get you to do this on the day.

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Yes, food or drink will not affect the X-ray Image

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Yes, food or drink will not affect the x-ray Image

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No, medication will not affect the X-ray Image

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We advise you to arrive 15 minutes before your x-ray. This gives the Radiographers time to prepare you for the X-ray.

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If you have poor mobility, please call us on 03333 585 111 and we will advise you accordingly.

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X-ray images use radiation. For this reason, you will be unable to bring anyone into the X-ray room with you. The Radiographers will be watching you from the control panel at all times.

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If you are bringing a child please bring a supervising adult as staff are unable to look after children. Children will be unable to come into the X-ray room.

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Yes

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If you are pregnant please inform your referring clinician. Please contact us on 03333 585 111 prior to booking your appointment and we will advise you what to do.

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Most X-rays take around 15 minutes. If you would like to know how long your X-ray will take please contact us on 03333 585 111.