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1. Who manages XRaySchools.com?

XRaySchools.com is owned and operated by QuinStreet, Inc. (NASDAQ: QNST), a publicly traded corporation that operates a vertical marketing and media online business in the United States and internationally. In connection with direct marketing services, QuinStreet, Inc. offers informative web content and online matching services that connect internet visitors with its marketing clients. The address of QuinStreet's principal place of business is 950 Tower Lane, 6th Floor, Foster City, California 94404. For more information about QuinStreet, Inc., click here.

2. How do I contact XRaySchools.com or QuinStreet, Inc.?

If you have any questions about XRaySchools.com please feel free to contact QuinStreet, Inc., by email at info@quinstreet.com, or in writing at the following address:

QuinStreet, Inc.
950 Tower Lane, 6th Floor
Foster City, CA 94404

3. Where can I find this site’s privacy policy?

Users of XRaySchools.com should read and understand the site’s privacy policy before submitting personal information and can view the site’s privacy policy here.

What is X-Ray?

X-ray is a form of medical imaging that gives doctors and radiologists a peak at what's going on inside our bodies-without actually going in there. X-rays help diagnose broken bones, tumors, diseases like pneumonia, and more. Taken by trained x-ray technicians in hospitals and doctor's offices, x-rays are used by physician assistants, radiologists, and doctors to evaluate the health of the patient.

X-Ray Technician Articles:

By Lisa Tortorello, Aug 04 '11

Employment opportunities for x-ray technicians are projected to increase from 2008 to 2018. The various specialties in the field of x-ray technology are growing at different rates.... ›› More

By Lisa Tortorello, Jul 29 '11

What is the process for an x-ray tech pursuing certification and/or registration? And what does it mean to potential employers and patients?... ›› More

By Lisa Tortorello, Jun 17 '11

Beginning January 1, 2015, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists may not accept certification applications from x-ray technicians who do not hold an associate, bachelor's or graduate degree. Although certification is voluntary, many employers favor the credential, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.... ›› More