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Using radio-graphic equipment, X Ray Technicians create medical images of a patient's body to assist physicians in diagnosing medical problems. X Ray Technicians may also be referred to as Radiology Technicians. This work can be done in a hospital or clinic setting while other X Ray Technicians may have equipment they can travel with, allowing for home visits to patients who are immobile.
X Ray Technicians must be able to spend the majority of their day on their feet. It is a physically demanding job. In addition to the physical demands of the role, an X Ray Technician should have positive bed-side manner and strong communication skills. An X Ray tech will guide a patient through the procedure, giving direction on how to position their body in order to allow for the clearest image of the targeted area.
Strong technical skills are a must in this career path as X Ray Techs use high-tech imaging equipment on a daily basis. Attention to detail and the ability to take direction are also required skills.
There are a variety of options if an X Ray Tech would like to specialize in a particular practice. These include MRI, CT Scans and Mammograms. Proper protective wear is required, on the job, to avoid constant exposure to radiation.
Most States and Provinces have schools which offer a Radiology Technology program. This is generally a certificate program. Although the educational requirements to be an X Ray Tech are not demanding, a Degree in a medical related field is always considered an asset.
In addition to a minimum certificate program, each State will have its own requirements when it comes to licensing for X Ray Techs.