Easily the most advanced imaging technology available, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, also known as MRI's, are useful is the diagnosis of various orthopedic or musculoskeletal disorders. This comprehensive imaging system allows doctors to visibly see various body structures that other imaging technologies cannot.
Our state-of-the-art MRI unit ensures excellent image quality while also giving optimum patient comfort.
The Central Orthopedic Group understands that waiting for X-Ray results, or heading to a radiology practice, can waste valuable diagnosis or treatment time. Rather than make our patients wait, we have state of the art X-Ray technology available in our offices, with options to print them on film, plain paper, or CD formats should an immediate need arise. If your primary care physician needs a copy, we can electronically mail one to their office as part of our service.
Utilizing electrical stimulation of muscles and nerves help diagnose diseases and injuries. Utilizing these state of the art tests can be the best way to diagnose nerve disease such as neuropathies, myopathies, myastenia gravis, carpal tunnel, and sciatica.
Ultrasound imaging, which is commonly referred to as sonography, is an imaging method that focuses mostly strongly on the obtaining of images of soft tissues, like muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Recording sound wave echoes, ultrasound imaging offers doctors a unique real-time visual image of what's going on in your body. Ultrasounds are also useful for needle guidance, helping doctors make joint injections more accurately, even in the most hard to reach areas.