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Throughout your entire pregnancy, you can rely on us for your imaging needs, including early scans, nuchal translucency, anatomy, and biophysical profile. Our team will be there every step of the way to enhance your unforgettable experience.

MRI

Whether you’re suffering from a sports, workplace, or lifestyle injury, early diagnosis is critical to supporting your rehabilitation process. We offer next-day appointments for MRI and CT services, so you can skip the wait and speed up your recovery.

CT

Whether you’re suffering from a sports, workplace, or lifestyle injury, early diagnosis is critical to supporting your rehabilitation process. We offer next-day appointments for MRI and CT services, so you can skip the wait and speed up your recovery.

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radiologist technologist

X-ray uses ionizing radiation to create images of the skeletal system. Conventional X-ray images are produced when radiation is passed through a body part and measured by a detector on the other side of the patient. Tissues with different density absorb different amounts of radiation, such as calcium in bones or fat in muscles. These differences are captured by the detector and form digital images.

If you have an Alberta Health Care card or valid healthcare card from out of province, there is no cost for a walk-in X-ray procedure (except Quebec). However, chest X-rays used for immigration medical purposes (available at Insight Heritage clinic) are not covered by Alberta Health Care. The Government of Canada requires these images when considering permanent residency applications.

Insight Medical Imaging has 17 clinics in Alberta. These clinics are based in Edmonton, Leduc, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove, and Fort McMurray.

No special preparation is required. Please bring your requisition, Alberta Health Care card (or out of province health care card), and photo identification with you to your exam.

No, the amount of radiation exposure from an imaging test depends on the imaging test used. Additionally, the X-ray technician will give you a lead shield to limit the radiation exposure.