In Office Services
Detailed history of your injury/pain to understand the who, what, when, and where. Focused physical exam to document your objective findings. Formulation of a diagnosis with face-to-face explanation. This involves review of the anatomy and physiology with use of models and wall charts. Discussion of different treatment options and recovery outcomes/timing. Formulation of a plan of care.
Discuss response to the plan of care and treatments that had been initiated. Re-evaluation of initial injury/pain and changes that have occurred. Review additional conservative treatment options versus recommend additional diagnostic studies (repeat X-rays, MRI, CT scan, Ultrasound, Etc…) or surgical management.
Placement of a cortisone injection to the affected joint or area for purposes of anti-inflammation and pain relief. Injection is provided in conjunction with local anaesthetic medicine, and placed aseptically. We typically ask that you rest the involved joint/area for 2 days.
Radiographs are typically taken of injured or painful joints initially to better understand underlining reasons for pain. They are useful to confirm/exclude a fracture, assess the level of osteoarthritis, categorize anatomical variants, and identify any boney abnormalities. Proper evaluation requires at least 2 viewing directions, but often includes 3 views depending on the body part.
** 25% Additional office visit charge for maximum 2 problem areas
Arthroscopic Guided Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction
Arthroscopic Partial Meniscectomy
Arthroscopic Meniscal Repair
Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
Arthroscopic Partial Rotator Cuff Debridement with Decompression
Arthroscopic Distal Clavicle Excision
Arthroscopic Long Head Bicep Tenodesis
Trigger Finger Release
“Tennis Elbow” - Common Extensor Tendon Repair