Digital X-Ray Walk-in Clinic in Herndon, VA
AFC Urgent Care Provides Broken Bone X-Rays and Injury Treatment
AFC Urgent Care Herndon is conveniently located at 334 Elden Street Herndon, VA 20170. We’re open:
Monday–Friday 8:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday and Sunday 8:00am – 9:00pm.
Any questions? Call us at (571) 665-4000
AFC Urgent Care in Herndon, VA accepts appointments and patients on a walk in basis! We accept most health insurance plans and offer a discounted self-pay option.
Digital x-rays are offered at AFC Herndon so you don’t have to wait in an emergency room for hours to see if you have a fractured or sprained ankle. Our professional staff can help get you the answers you need quickly. Typically, fractures are diagnosed via x-ray and then the bone must be set to heal properly. Often, medications are prescribed for pain and can be filled at our on-site pharmacy for your convenience.
Digital X-rays for Sports Injuries and Patient Falls
Some common sports injuries are fractured bones. AFC Urgent Care in Herndon diagnoses and treats sports-related injuries as well as falls, as seen in our elderly patients. We provide bandages, splints, casts and/or braces to ensure proper care of your injury.
Commonly seen fractures are seen in:
just to name a few.
Advantages of a Digital X-Ray:
- Less radiation exposure for the patient that produces an image similar to conventional x-ray
- Immediate preview and availability to transfer images to your Primary Physician’s office
- Can save x-ray images on a disk to take home
- Can enhance overall display and quality of the image for a proper diagnosis
Digital radiography is a form of x-ray imaging, where digital x-ray sensors are used instead of traditional photographic film. The easiest way to compare traditional and digital x-ray is like comparing the film we used in our personal cameras to the digital cameras we use today. Before the digital age, you were unable to manipulate, delete, or view each image.
Looking for an x-ray center near you? Come see us at AFC Urgent Care, Herndon. Walk in for immediate care if you are experiencing pain and think you may need an X-Ray. We are open 7 days a week.