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MSK Ultrasound Imaging

Ultrasound is an incredible, non-invasive tool for viewing the internal workings of our bodies. Its technology mirrors that used in sonar and echolocation to assist submarines during navigation or bats while flying on dark nights, yet it offers us so much more.

Diagnosing injuries like muscle tears and chronic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis can be done without radiation exposure or agents injected into your body.

At Optimize You, we provide quality service using advanced capabilities which allow diagnoses paired with therapy all within one visit.

Advanced In-Office Ultrasound Diagnostics In Arizona

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What can musculoskeletal ultrasound diagnose?

Musculoskeletal ultrasound can diagnose tendonitis, bursitis, rotator cuff tears, joint issues, and even possibly tumors or cysts.

This technology helps quickly uncover ailments that before would have been much more difficult to diagnose and be able to execute precise injections for necessary treatments, improving efficacy.

What should patients expect during the procedure?

An experienced provider will guide you through the sonogram process with skill and precision. You'll start by settling into a comfortable position, depending on your specific area of pain or concern.

A specialized device equipped with gel is then carefully placed against your skin near the troubled region. This helps it pick up sound waves that give us valuable insight to evaluate what's going on inside.

By moving around different parts of their body as requested, patients can help pinpoint any issues at hand more accurately.

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