If you’ve ever broken a bone, you’ve been helped by a radiologic technologist, or x-ray tech. Though you may not have realized it, these techs are well-rounded medical professionals. Doctors do the diagnosing, but techs have to read and understand x-rays, too. Their fast-paced work challenges their ability to be accurate under pressure. And to top it off, a tech’s caring approach can mean a lot to a fearful patient.