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Have you or a loved one suffered a minor accident or taken a bad fall? You might want to have an area of your body x-rayed right away. You will unlikely get an immediate appointment with your primary care doctor, so what do you do? Skip a long wait and expensive trip to the emergency room and visit AFC Urgent Care Havertown in Delaware County today! We have a digital x-ray onsite and are available seven days a week, staffed by experienced x-ray technicians. Get the answer to the question you never want to ask, “Is it broken?" Our board-certified doctors will use this powerful diagnostic tool to get the answers you need immediately. We are a convenient choice for anyone living in Delco.
It is important to know if an area of the body has suffered a sprain, strain, or fracture, and our x-ray can help our experienced physicians determine what you are suffering from. Waiting to see if you just feel better may further aggravate your injury, making it harder and more expensive to treat and increasing the time it takes to completely heal. Even worse, if you are suffering from a fracture, you risk permanent damage if it goes undiagnosed. Why risk it? No appointment is needed for you to get an x-ray at our walk-in urgent care clinic today in Havertown. We will send you home with copies of the images and can forward them to your primary care physician upon request.
AFC Urgent Care Havertown is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 8 pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 8 am to 5 pm. We accept most major insurances and have self-pay rates available for the uninsured. Call 484-452-9400 today if you have any questions or want to know more about our services.
X-rays do use small amounts of radiation, but they’re generally safe for adults and children. That being said, there are some cases where they can be damaging – to developing babies, for instance. Your AFC provider will take your circumstances into account and answer your unique questions about safety.
Your local AFC team can help you answer that question when you contact them. If you’ve experienced a fall or other injury and are in pain, an X-ray could help determine the best course of treatment. They’re also used in a variety of other circumstances.
At AFC, we always strive to get you in and out as quickly as possible, and the X-ray itself should only take around 15 minutes