Category Archives: Fluoroscan

I Love X-Rays!

And not just x-rays, I also love ultrasound images.  Modern imaging of the body is like a secret window into our bodies. It’s fast, easy, and painless. For someone like me who is trying to figure out a problem with … Continue reading

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Fluoroscopy – Video X-ray of the Foot and Ankle

Often I see patients who suffer foot or ankle pain, but who simply can’t get a satisfactory diagnosis from their primary care manager. At times like these, I turn to advanced imaging to see what a family doctor cannot. One … Continue reading

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Ultrasound imaging of the foot and ankle

If your doctor uses only x-ray to diagnose a foot or ankle problem, he may be getting only a part of the picture. X-rays reveal the bones, but they do not show the soft tissue including the blood vessels, nerves, … Continue reading

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