In Office Fluoroscopy and X-ray

Provides real time imaging of the bones and joints with minimal radiation exposure, and the images can be displayed on a television screen. Fluoroscopy allows the doctors to visualize bones and joints while they are moving, this allows for a dynamic evaluation and more accurate diagnosis. This diagnostic tool has uses that include localizing foreign bodies for surgical removal, aid in accurate closed reduction of fractures, proper evaluation of arthritic joint structure and function because it can be view with its full range of motion, precise guidance and placement of injections into joints, can be used to perform minimally invasive surgery while viewing on the television monitor, and to properly evaluate the healing progress of surgical patients.