As a chiropractor, you're well aware of the pivotal role high-quality radiology imaging plays in your practice. This rings true whether you're operating in a specialized chiropractic clinic, a general radiology imaging center, an urgent care setting, or even within a larger hospital system.
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The chiropractic profession is one that is always looking for ways to improve patient care. One way chiropractors have done this in the past, and continue to do so today, is through x-ray systems such as traditional straight-arm systems. But how do they compare to CDR systems?
Chiropractic digital x-ray measurement tools come in a variety of forms across multiple vendors, each with its own set of features and benefits. When choosing the right product for your needs, it's important to consider which features and tools are most important to you as you evaluate the options.
There are a few important factors to consider when selecting a room for your digital x-ray machine in your chiropractic practice:
Location: The room should be easily accessible for both patients and staff, and should be located near other key areas of the clinic such as examination rooms and the reception area.
Whether you’re starting a new practice, or considering the addition of a digital x-ray system to your existing business, there are a few things you should keep in mind when you begin your search.