General Radiology

X-rays refer to radiation, waves or particles that travel through the air like light or radio signals.  X-ray energy is high enough that some radiation passes through objects (such as internal organs, body tissues, and clothing) and onto X-ray detectors.

Medical X-rays are used to diagnose medical conditions or injuries. They are used in many types of examinations and procedures. Some examples include:

  • X-ray radiography - to find orthopedic damage, tumors, pneumonias and foreign objects
  • Fluoroscopy - to dynamically visualize the body as in a live image

This service is available at the following locations:

Imaging Center

Imaging Center

3300 Oakdale Avenue North
Robbinsdale, Minnesota
Get Directions 763-581-9282
Outpatient Imaging Center

Outpatient Imaging Center

3435 West Broadway
Robbinsdale, Minnesota
Get Directions 763-581-9282