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Musculoskeletal Ultrasound - Fort Lauderdale, FL

Extreme Precision
For Immediate Relief 

Many musculoskeletal problems are difficult to diagnose because they are only apparent when the body is in motion. You can’t take an X-ray while someone is moving! But with diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound from our Fort Lauderdale, FL team, we can look at real-time images of what is going on inside a joint as a patient is using it. This allows us to determine whether the injury stems from a muscle, ligament, or tendon, meaning we can focus our treatment right where it is needed.

Why Choose the Institute for Non-Surgical Orthopedics
for Musculoskeletal Ultrasound?

  • World-Class Diagnostic Ultrasound
  • Surgery-Free, Medication-Free Pain Management
  • Able to Help Across All Areas of the Body


Diagnostic images from musculoskeletal ultrasound

You’ve most likely heard of ultrasound in reference to being able to see a baby in the womb before it is born, but this technique actually offers a wide range of benefits for patients dealing with many musculoskeletal problems. With ultrasound, we can identify exactly what is causing a patient’s issue. We have used ultrasound to help countless patients here at the Institute for Non-Surgical Orthopedics, to find out what their problem’s pain generator was. We can do this for you as well, contact us today.

Ultrasound-Guided Joint and Nerve Blocks

Doctors performing ultrasound guided joint and nerve blocks

Interventional injections have been used for years to help patients dealing with a wide variety of pain and injuries, but did you know that most doctors administer those injections without any type of guidance? This essentially means that they are doing them blind, making it very likely that the medicinal substance is not going where it is needed. The risk for infiltration of nerves and blood vessels is also high.

That’s why we use ultrasound-guided injections here at the Institute for Non-Surgical Orthopedics. We’re able to be extremely precise with our injections to ensure they are delivered exactly where they will be most effective, avoiding vascular and neural entities, which can lead to a better, safer, less painful outcome and faster recovery. 

We use ultrasound guidance to help patients experiencing problems with their:

  • Shoulder
    • Adhesive Capsulitis
    • Dorsal Scapular Nerve Entrapment
    • AC Joint problems
    • Rotator Cuff Problems
    • Biceps and Triceps issues
    • Subacromial Bursitis
    • Suprascapular Nerve Pain
  • Elbow
    • Joint Arthritis
    • Ulnar Nerve Entrapment, Neuropathy and Palsy
    • Tennis and Golfer’s elbow
    • Olecranon Bursitis
  • Wrist/Hand
    • Periarthritis
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex tears
    • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    • DeQuervain’s Stenosing Tenosynovitis
  • Finger
    • Osteoarthritis of small joints
    • Carpometacarpal joint
    • Trigger Finger/Thumb
  • Hip
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Trochanteric Bursitis
    • Sciatic Nerve Hydrodisection
    • Hamstring tears/rupture
    • Quadriceps muscle tears
  • Knee
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Bursitis
    • Baker Cyst
    • Meniscus Tear
    • Medial or Lateral Collateral Ligament Sprains/Tears
    • Patellofemoral Syndrome / Chondromalacia Patella
    • Gastrocs Tears
  • Ankle/Foot
    • Sprains
    • Achilles partial tears
    • Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Toe
    • Neuromas
    • Turf Toe
    • Osteoarthritis

Peripheral Nerve Hydrodisection

Person in pain before peripheral nerve hydrodisection treatment

A pinched or compressed nerve is the underlying source of a lot of musculoskeletal pain. This usually occurs in areas of the body where a nerve has to travel through a small space in the muscles. When these muscles become inflamed or injured, they can place pressure on the nerve, leading to stinging pain and/or numbness. Examples of this include common conditions like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and sciatica. With peripheral nerve hydrodissection, a liquid solution is injected around the distressed nerve, and it provides a cushion between it and the surrounding tissues, relieving the pressure to stop the cause of pain.

Barbotage for Calcific Tendinitis

Ultrasound tech examining woman’s shoulder

Calcific tendinitis is a painful condition that occurs when calcium accumulates on tendons. It can limit mobility and adversely affect your quality of life. If you are struggling with calcific tendinitis, our team is ready to help via a service known as barbotage. The procedure starts when we use musculoskeletal ultrasound to locate the exact location of calcium deposits. Then, we insert a needle to break them up. Soon after treatment, you may notice a great improvement in your condition.

Learn More About Barbotage for Calcific Tendinitis

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