Now Offering X-Ray Appointments and Walk-In X-Rays.

Our Saddleback and San Clemente locations are "Walk-in" only.

X-Rays at the following locations do not require an appointment and are performed on a walk-in basis.


WaveImaging Anaheim

947 S. Anaheim Blvd.
Ste. 130
Anaheim CA 92805
Phone: 714-758-9800

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Mon. - Fri. 8am - 12pm & 1pm - 5pm


WaveImaging Orange

230 S. Main St.
Ste. 101 & 205
Orange CA 92868
Phone: 714-978-2937

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Mon. - Fri. 8am - 12pm & 1pm - 5pm


WaveImaging Garden Grove

9191 Westminister Blvd.
Ste. 105
Garden Grove CA 92844
Phone: 714-583-6314

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Mon. - Fri. 8:30am - 12:30pm & 1pm - 5pm


WaveImaging Santa Ana

1100 N. Tustin Ave.
Bldg. A
Santa Ana CA 92705
Phone: 714-835-6055

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Mon - Fri. 8am - 12pm & 1pm - 5pm

Please call for current wait times.


WaveImaging Huntington Beach

17762 Beach Blvd, #110
Huntington Beach CA 92647
Phone: 714-898-2991

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Mon. - Fri. 8am - 12pm & 12:30pm - 5pm
sat. 9am - 12pm & 12:30pm - 5pm


WaveImaging Fountain Valley

18785 Brookhurst Street, #102
Fountain Valley CA 92708
Phone: 714-417-9950

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Mon., Wed., Fri. 8am - 12pm & 1pm - 8pm
Tue. & Thurs. 8am - 12pm & 1pm - 5pm
Sat. & Sun. 8:30am - 12pm & 1pm - 8pm


WaveImaging Irvine Barranca

4050 Barranca Parkway, #160
Irvine CA 92604
Phone: 949-726-9500

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Temporarily unavailable.


WaveImaging Newport Beach

3300 West Coast Hwy (PCH), Suite B
Newport Beach CA 92663
Phone: 949-646-4400

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
M. - F. 8am – 5pm


WaveImaging Laguna Woods

24301 Paseo De Valencia, Ste. 100
Laguna Woods CA 92637
Phone: 949-462-3999

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Mon. & Wed. 8am - 12pm & 1pm to 5pm
Tues. & Thurs. 8am - 11am


WaveImaging San Clemente

675 Camino de los Mares, #101
San Clemente CA 92673
Phone: 949-493-8799

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Temporarily unavailable

Digital X-Ray

X-ray is the oldest and most frequently used form of medical imaging. It is also the fastest, and easiest and most economical way for a physician to view and assess broken bones.

It can also be used to diagnose and monitor the progression of diseases, including osteoporosis, heart disease and cancer. Unlike other forms of radiation, X-rays can easily pass through body tissue, making it possible to provide images of internal structures without performing surgery.

During the procedure, electromagnetic radiation passes through the body onto “film” (now digitized and displayed on a computer screen). Dense structures such as bone absorb most of the radiation and appear white on the digital image. Structures that are less dense like air appear black. Everything in between appears a different shade of gray.