An MRI, or magnetic resonance imaging, uses the magnetic properties naturally available in our organs and tissues to create highly detailed images of the internal structures of the body. Image are viewed in cross section; these "sliced" scan provide a wide range of information to find, diagnose, and treat a wide variety of tissue, bone, and joint problems.
Our Siemens Magnatom Avanto offers the leading magnet and gradient technology, providing high-resolution images in minimal time with optimum patient comfort.
Our on-site, newly remodeled physical therapy gym features state-of-the-art equipment that supports and strengthens the upper body, lower body, and spine while treating the entire individual. You'll gain mobility, independence, agility, and range of motion through a prescribed set of exercises and drills.
Physical Therapy after your surgery is as crucial as the medications you take to manage swelling and pain. Our team of coaches and therapists are experts in optimal healing.
We help you become an active participant in your recovery.
A doctor may call for a digital x-ray when he or she needs to assess and diagnose bone degeneration or disease, fractures or dislocations, internal infections or tumors.
Unlike a traditional X-Ray, which uses film that has to be developed by hand, a digital x-ray displays digital images in as little as three seconds, and with more detail. Digital x-rays are also more comfortable for the patient and can perform their task with less radiation than their traditional counterparts.
Our state-of-the-art digital x-ray machine is conveniently located on the same floor as our clinic, giving us the ability to provide seamless imaging, processing and patient care with minimal wait or discomfort.