We specialize in Primary Care Sports Medicine (PCSM), a field dedicated to understanding and treating the entire body, particularly focusing on musculoskeletal and orthopedic injuries. Our physicians have a broad knowledge base and are board-certified in sports medicine, following extensive training under world-renowned experts.
What Makes Our PCSM Physicians Stand Out
Inclusive Care for All
Our Approach to Treatment
PCSM physicians specialize in the use of diagnostic ultrasound, which can be equivalent or better than an MRI and can be performed at bedside to properly diagnose and guide proper treatment at the very first visit.
Ultrasound is a safe, radiation-free and painless way of using sound waves to look at parts of the human anatomy. Our machine allows us to see ligaments, muscles, tendons, joints and nerves in high resolution to diagnose and guide targeted injections to the exact locations without guessing. Unlike an MRI, the high resolution ultrasound allows us to visualize these structures while they are moving (called dynamic ultrasound) to find pathologies that would have otherwise been missed. Musculoskeletal ultrasound can diagnose a wide range of injuries and conditions like tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, bursitis, cubital/tarsal tunnel syndrome, rotator cuff tears, cysts, tumors, arthritis (including autoimmune arthritis), ligament/muscle tears, strains, sprains and more! Musculoskeletal ultrasound can often provide a clearer picture of your musculature, tendons, ligament, joint and nerves than other imaging modalities or it can compliment those other procedures.
There is no radiation and no confinement to enclosed spaces, so there is no associated harm or claustrophobia. Because musculoskeletal ultrasound poses minimal discomfort or risk anyone of any age, young or old, pregnant or not, may be eligible for the procedure.
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