A bursa injection may be right for you if you are experiencing joint pain in the elbow, wrist, knee or ankle.
Contrast materials, also called contrast agents or contrast media, are used to improve pictures of the anatomy inside of the body produced by X-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and ultrasound. Often, contrast materials allow the radiologist to distinguish normal from abnormal conditions.
Real-time images with the use of X-ray technology making it possible for the physician to view internal organs and tissues in motion.
A procedure to identify a pain source and determine if surgery would be effective for pain management
A diagnostic procedure to accurately deliver therapeutic medicine to your source of pain.
Diagnostic procedure that identify the source of irritation in the nerves that run along the outer edge of the facet joints within the spine.
A procedure that identifies the source of irritation in the small joints at each segment of the spine.
A fine needle biopsy (FNB) is a diagnostic tool used to evaluate tissue for abnormal cells, disease, cancer or infection. A common type of FNB is a fine needle aspiration (FNA), which removes fluid and cells through a syringe attached to the needle. The procedure for FNA and FNB is basically the same, and they are sometimes done together. Fine needle biopsies can be obtained from organs, soft tissues or tumors in many parts of the body including: breast, kidney, liver, lung, pancreas, prostate, thyroid, ovary or lymph nodes.