Musculoskeletal Diagnostic Ultrasound

Diagnostic Ultrasound is one of the primary diagnostic tools to monitor any traumatic, inflammatory and degenerative conditions of joints, ligament, cartilage, tendon and muscles. An important feature of Diagnostic Ultrasound is its ability for dynamic imaging whereby the anatomical structures can be assessed and imaged in a painful range of motion. In addition, it will also allow clinicians to make side-to-side comparisons and correlate the patients' symptoms directly with anatomic visualization. Diagnostic Ultrasound also can be helpful to monitor the healing of the injury week to week and to predict the expected recovery period.