Growing evidence and research in arthritis, sports medicine and orthopedics has shown that many musculoskeletal ailments can be treatable without the need for having surgery. Not only is surgery costly and has a long recovery time, it does not always mean better results. In fact, multiple studies within the last 10 years have shown that conservative treatment can have better long term outcomes than surgical procedures including many unnecessary arthroscopies. In addition, as our population ages, the risk for postoperative complications also increases.
Our main focus is the diagnosis & treatment of Arthritis & Sports related injuries. A fellowship trained musculoskeletal radiologist has the highest level of training and qualifications in interpreting the imaging findings, making the correct diagnosis, and using imaging guidance to provide to most effective treatment.
We use ultrasound guidance on 100% of our procedures to ensure the maximum level of accuracy for every procedure. A high level of skill and training experience is required to perform procedures under real time ultrasound guidance. A musculoskeletal radiologist is the most qualified doctor for performing ultrasound guided procedures.
We pride ourselves in providing comprehensive conservative care and in helping our patients avoid invasive surgical procedures. Working closely with physical therapists, trainers and bracing specialists, we are able to provide all the resources ranging from patients suffering from an acute injury to patients suffering from chronic pain.
We provide our services to patients from all over the state including:
The Advanced Healing Institute uses the latest sport medicine and pain management treatments to heal joint pain and musculoskeletal injuries. We utilize the latest technology to get our patients get back to baseline and keep our athletes in competitive form. We work with people of all ages ranging from elite athletes injured in competitive sports to the elderly suffering from arthritis wanting to avoid joint replacement surgery.