X-Ray Locations

X-Rays do not require an appointment and can be performed on a walk-in basis.
Appointments can be schedule on our online patient portal.


Santa Clarita Imaging

25775 W. McBean Pkwy.
Ste. 100 & 216
Valencia CA 91355
Phone: 661-255-7627

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Mon - Fri. 8am - 4:15pm


Northridge Diagnostic X-Ray

8327 Reseda Blvd.
Northridge CA 91324
Phone: 818-407-2643

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
M-F 8AM - 3PM


San Fernando Valley Advanced Imaging

14860 Roscoe Blvd.
Ste. 101
Panorama City CA 91402
Phone: 818-901-0115

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
We're sorry, but we are temporarily not performing X-Ray at this location.


Liberty Pacific Advanced Imaging | West Hills

23115 Sherman Pl
West Hills CA 91307
Phone: 818-251-9811

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
M-F 8:30AM - 5:00PM
M-F Closed for lunch (12:30PM - 1:00PM)


Liberty Pacific Advanced Imaging | Tarzana

18133 Ventura Blvd.
Ste. 100
Tarzana CA 91356
Phone: 818-933-2020

Walk-In Hours
Walk-In X-Ray Hours
M. - F. 9am - 4:30pm


Imaging Specialists of Glendale

700 N Central Avenue
Suite 100
Glendale CA 91203
Phone: 818-480-7234

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
M- F 8am - 4:30pm
M-F Closed for lunch: 12pm - 1pm
Please call for current wait times, as times may vary.


Burbank Imaging X-Ray

3808 W. Riverside Dr.
Ste. 120
Burbank CA 91505
Phone: 818-842-5742

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours
Mon. - Fri. 8:30am – 4:30pm
Closed for lunch: 12pm - 1pm


Imaging Specialists of Pasadena

630 S. Raymond Ave.
Ste. 210
Pasadena CA 91105
Phone: 626-356-0700

Walk-In Hours
X-Ray Hours (Walk-In Basis Only)
Closed until further notice.

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.