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diagnostic
ultrasound

See and learn more with 

diagnostic ultrasound!

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What is diagnostic ultrasound?

Diagnostic ultrasound is a pain-free tool that provides detailed, real time images of muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, bursas, bones and more. It is a helpful tool in accurately diagnosing or ruling out injury. Not only that, it is very safe and does not require radiation, allowing for no negative side effects.

What can you expect?

Your physical therapist will apply a small amount of gel to the area to be scanned. They will use an ultrasound device to scan over the tissue, which send the images directly to a display, which both you and the physical therapist can look at. Your therapist, with their expert knowledge of joint and muscles, will review the images and discuss their findings with you, the patient. From there, a diagnosis and treatment options will be discussed for best possible outcomes.

 

Request an appointment, and let's get your pain taken care of. No referral is needed.

REAL PEOPLE. REAL STORIES.

KRYSTA W.

When starting therapy, I was unable to complete basic activities such as getting dressed, putting on a coat or reaching for items without assistance. After rehab and learning exercises and stretches to do at home, I have full mobility back in my shoulder.

LAURIE S.

 I had never had physical therapy previously, so I wasn't sure what to expect. There were many things I couldn't do with my hand and wrist before starting therapy. I feel my treatment and therapy were very beneficial. I can do much more now with great improvement.

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ZACH B.

Before I started therapy, I was having knee pains, and it would hurt to run, jump, walk, and stand. It was very challenging to get through the school day on these days. With only a few months of therapy, only going one or two days a week, I feel so much better, and I don't feel any more pain. I can now continue with my sports after school without pain.