ER Near Me

Emergency Room located in Dallas, TX & Fort Worth, TX

To accurately diagnose injuries or disease, both the Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, locations of ER Near Me offer on-site radiology services. The expert staff can quickly diagnose broken or fractured bones, soft tissue injuries, pneumonia, and other conditions, so your treatment can begin as soon as possible. The convenience of on-site radiology ensures you receive comprehensive care to prevent additional health complications or injury. Find out more about available radiology services by calling the location nearest you.

Radiology Q & A

What on-site radiology services are available?

The ER Near Me team offers the latest technologies in imaging tests to diagnose a wide variety of conditions. On-site radiology services include:

  • X-rays
  • CT Scan
  • Ultrasound

Depending on your condition or the nature of your injury, the ER Near Me team may recommend imaging tests to confirm your diagnosis or rule out underlying medical conditions.

The convenience of on-site imaging tests ensures you get accurate results quickly, so treatment can start as soon as possible.

What is an X-ray?

An X-ray uses electromagnetic waves to create pictures of the internal structures of your body. X-rays produce different shades of black and white images that show bones, organs, soft tissue, and fat, allowing your ER Near Me physician to check for abnormalities like bone fractures, muscle tears, or pneumonia.

The X-ray procedure is painless and only takes a few minutes to capture the images necessary for diagnosis. The medical team ensures you are well-protected from unnecessary radiation by providing lead coverings to protect your health.

Why do I need a CT scan?

Your ER Near Me physician may recommend a computerized tomography (CT) scan to evaluate your bones, soft tissue, and blood vessels.

A CT scan takes a series of X-ray images from different angles of your body that uses computerized technology to create high-quality images.

You may need a CT scan to diagnose:

  • Muscle or bone disorders
  • Confirm internal bleeding
  • Identify a blood clot or infection
  • Evaluate an existing chronic condition

CT scans are painless and safe. This type of test uses low doses of radiation, and the medical team uses the lowest dose possible to capture the images they need for diagnosis.

How does ultrasound work?

Ultrasound technology uses soundwaves to capture pictures of your internal structures. The ER Near Me medical team often uses ultrasound to diagnose unexplained pain, swelling, or signs of infection in the body.

The team also uses ultrasound technology to monitor the health of a fetus. Ultrasound imaging allows the staff to view the baby’s movements while in utero and take important measurements to track development.

If you have unexplained pain or have sustained an injury, schedule an appointment for an imaging test at the radiology department of ER Near Me by phone.