We have state of the art digital radiographic equipment that provides the highest quality imaging. With better imaging, we are able to identify subtle fractures helping to make an accurate diagnosis the first time.
MSK is the use of sophisticated ultrasound imaging to evaluate muscle, tendon, ligaments and joints to aid in the accurate diagnosis of painful injuries that can happen at sport, work or play. Ultrasound is a safe imaging technique that uses no ionizing radiation like x-ray and Computed Tomography (CT). Further, it has advantages over MRI as high frequency transducers produce images with higher resolution than MRI for some musculoskeletal structures.
Sports related concussions have a unique issue regarding recovery. When returning to sport the athlete must be asymptomatic with exertion and returned to play with a progression of exercise and sports related functional exercises. This particular aspect of returning to play is our area of expertise. Here at PICSM we have accumulated over 22 years of experience in returning athletes back to sport.
Regenerative treatments are not new to medicine, just new to musculoskeletal medicine. It has been used in maxillofacial and plastic surgery since the early 1990s. It helps regenerate damaged tissue and has successfully helped many patients with severe facial trauma from accidents.
Many people suffer from chronic nerve related pain and are told nothing can be done except take pain medications. What if a treatment could resolve your pain and help decrease your use of pain medications?
BIOIDENTICAL HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY (BHRT)
Bioidentical Hormone therapy is administered to maintain hormonal balance to help with the symptoms of aging.
As men and women age, hormone production declines. Over our life time, we are exposed to environmental and dietary toxins, which contribute to the natural decline of hormones. This imbalance can affect people mentally, emotionally, physically, and can increase the risk of age-related illness, such as heart disease, osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s disease diabetes and certain cancers.