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TIMELY SERVICES

Walk-In X-Ray Clinic in Calgary

Skip the wait times and get your X-Ray as soon as you need it.

We accept all X-Rays requisitions at our Calgary South Clinic - with appointments or as walk-ins. 

Learn More About Your Exam

Depending on the nature of your X-Ray, you may be required to follow exam preparation instructions. Click on your exam below to find out how to prepare.

Abdomen X-Ray

We provide a wide range of x-ray scans to detect fractures, organ enlargement or displacement, foreign objects, gas patterns indicative of bowel conditions, calcifications, and soft tissue abnormalities in the abdominal region.

Abdomen (3 Views) X-Ray

Chest PA / Lateral X-Ray

Kidney, Ureter & Bladder (KUB) X-Ray

Sternum X-Ray

SC (Sternoclavicular) Joints X-Ray

Skull X-Ray

Skull X-rays are imaging tests used to detect fractures, bone abnormalities, sinus infections, dental issues, tumors, and foreign objects within the skull and surrounding areas.

Skull X-Ray

Sinuses X-Ray

Soft Tissue (Neck & Adenoids) X-Ray

Nasal Bone X-Ray

Facial Bones X-Ray

Mandible X-Ray

Temporomandibular (TM) Joint X-Ray

Orbits X-Ray

Mastoids X-Ray

Spine & Pelvis X-Ray

A Spine & Pelvis X-Ray is a diagnostic imaging procedure used to examine the bones and alignment of the spine and pelvis. It helps evaluate symptoms such as back pain, stiffness, or limited mobility. 

Cervical Spine X-Ray

Thoracic Spine X-Ray

Lumbo-Sacral Spine X-Ray

Sacrum/Coccyx X-Ray

SI Joints X-Ray

AP (Anteroposterior) Pelvis X-Ray

Pelvis & Hip X-Ray

Scoliosis Series X-Ray

Upper Extremities X-Ray

An Upper Extremities X-Ray evaluates the bones and joints of the upper limbs, to assess symptoms such as pain, swelling, deformity, or limited range of motion in the shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, or hands.

Shoulder X-Ray

Clavicle X-Ray

AC Joints X-Ray

Scapula X-Ray

Elbow X-Ray

Forearm X-Ray

Wrist X-Ray

Scaphoid X-Ray

Hand X-Ray

Digits X-Ray

Lower Extremities X-Ray

A lower extremities X-ray evaluates fractures, dislocations, arthritis, and bone abnormalities in the bones, joints, and soft tissues of the lower parts of the body, including the hips, pelvis, thighs, knees, lower legs, ankles, and feet.

Hip X-Ray

Femur X-Ray

Knee X-Ray

Tibia & Fibula X-Ray

Ankle X-Ray

Foot X-Ray

Calcaneus X-Ray

Toes X-Ray

Accepting all X-Ray requisitions

Bring any X-Ray requisition to Wosler Diagnostics to see our X-Ray technicians for a timely service without lengthy wait times.

X-Rays are offered on a walk-in basis. You may also schedule an appointment by calling our Calgary clinic. 

We accept requisitions from all diagnostic imaging providers.

Concerned about billing? You’re covered.

Access X-Ray services as soon as you need them without paying out of pocket.

Wosler Diagnostics X-Ray services are covered by all Canadian public health care plans.

 

If you're not registered for public healthcare, please contact our clinic before your visit to learn more about X-Ray costs.

Visit our Calgary South X-Ray clinic for a timely service

Bring your x-ray requisition for a timely walk-in X-ray, or skip the line and schedule an appointment today.

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Preparing For Your X-ray Exam

  • Do I need an appointment?
    Appointments are not needed for X-rays. Ultrasound exams need appointments. Please call us at (403) 744-4133 or (639) 477-0167 to book your appointment.
  • Do I need a doctor’s order to have an exam?
    Yes, medical imaging exams must be prescribed by a health professional to be conducted. Kindly bring the requisition form with you during the appointment.
  • What is the cost of the exam?
    The exam is covered as long as you have a valid Canadian Health Card.
  • How should I prepare for an examination?
    Kindly see our service pages for specific preparation information. Please refrain from wearing scented products on the day of your appointment.
  • How long will my exam take?
    This can vary depending on the complexity of your exam. The average time for an ultrasound is 30 minutes. Kindly arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment time to allow time for onboarding.
  • Can I bring family members/children with me?
    Unfortunately, we do not allow anyone else to be in the examination room as this is a medical procedure. Exceptions may be made for patients with physical or mental impairments, children, or in cases where an interpreter is required. In the case of obstetrical scans we do allow partners or a relative into the room once the medical portion of the exam is complete.
  • Can I still take my medication before my abdominal ultrasound?
    You can take your medications as prescribed with a very small amount of water.
  • Can I take pictures or videos during the exam?
    Unfortunately, the use of personal recordings is not permitted as this can interfere with the sonographer’s ability to perform the exam.
  • Can I get an ultrasound picture of my baby?
    Yes we provide free pictures print outs. You may request a digital copy for an additional charge.
  • Can the sonographer tell me my results at the time of the scan?
    Unfortunately, the sonographer is not permitted to provide or discuss results. The exam must be checked by the radiologist and the result will be sent to your doctor promptly.
  • When will my doctor get the report?
    Your results are reviewed first by the radiologist and the report is usually faxed to your doctor by the end of the business day. Urgent results will be phoned or faxed to your doctor as soon as possible. Your doctor also has the option to view your results online.
  • What will happen following my ultrasound exam?
    After the ultrasound exam, you may resume your normal activities, medications and diet unless instructed otherwise by your doctor. There are no side effects from the exam.
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