We diagnose and evaluate athletic injuries and a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders. Over the past few decades, orthopedic radiology has changed drastically. Once limited to traditional X-rays, our diagnostic and evaluation services now also include ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), MRI, as well as nuclear medicine. These tools allow us to diagnose bone issues as well as adjacent soft tissues and joints.
The main goal of evaluating sports-related injuries is to return the athlete to competition, at the same time guiding the athlete in a way to prevent the injury from worsening or recurring. Imaging is a key part of diagnosis and prognosis, to confirm the extent of sports-related injuries and to guide rehabilitation management.
This is especially important when the extent of the injury is unclear, when recovery is taking longer than expected, or when surgery is being considered.
Our radiologists offer the full spectrum of diagnostic and evaluation services to help patients get back to life.