Comprehensive X-RAY

In non-surgical operations, X-rays are commonly used to diagnose and monitor various conditions such as fractures, osteoporosis, and joint degeneration. X-rays can help identify breaks or fissures in bones, assess the alignment and stability of joints, and monitor the progression of conditions such as osteoarthritis or bone spurs. Additionally, X-rays can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of non-surgical treatments, such as physical therapy or bracing, and to plan for future surgical interventions.
For example, X-rays may be used to identify the severity of a fracture or the extent of bone damage, which can help guide treatment decisions and ensure that patients receive the most appropriate care.