Successful treatment is dependent on accurate diagnosis. At Impact Orthopedics and Joint Replacement Center, we use a wide range of advanced cutting edge diagnostics modalities to deliver accurate diagnosis of various orthopedic conditions, at a remarkable speed.
Our orthopedic diagnostic center is equipped with state-of-art imaging equipment that produces sharper images; combined with the expertise of our orthopedic surgeons team, the images translate into precise diagnosis and treatment of even the most complex of cases, under one roof.
The orthopedic imaging services available at our center are useful to patients of all ages, to people suffering from orthopedic disorders, those with traumatic injuries, or sports men.
At our center you can find advanced digital x-ray equipment, MRI scan, CT scan and interventional radiology facilities. We also take pride in our highly skilled team of radiologists who deliver diagnostic and therapeutic services. We also provide a modern Picture Archiving Communications System (PACS) that radiologists and consultants at our center and elsewhere, access patient diagnostic images. Please note that we have in place effective policies to store and protect the patient information.
We are open from 8 am until 8 pm Monday- Saturdays and provide a comprehensive out of hours service for emergency cases.
Our diagnostic services include:
X-rays (radiograph): X-ray is the most common diagnostic imaging test. Presence of a fracture, arthritis, joint dislocation, osteonecrosis etc can be diagnosed using X- rays.
Arthrography: A series of X-rays are taken after a contrast dye is injected into the patient’s body. The cause of unexplained joint pains can be identified using this test.
CT Scan (computed tomography): This test produces more detailed images. Tumors and trauma to internal organs can be diagnosed with this test.
MRI (magnetic resonance image): In this test, strong magnetic waves are used to generate high resolution pictures of internal organs. Muscles, ligaments, cartilage and other soft tissue are examined using MRI.