Mountain sports injuries are prevalent, and it’s critical to obtain the best care available as quickly as possible. You may count on the following as part of our commitment to providing an exceptional patient experience: Staff who are personally invested in your recovery are friendly and caring. Appointment hours that are flexible to fit your schedule, Reduced wait times, and All insurance claims are handled with care. We provide comprehensive services to address a wide range of injuries at Colorado Advanced Orthopedics by our sports medicine doctor. From your first appointment to all follow-up care, you can expect an outstanding experience when you interact with our staff.
Each of our sports medicine doctors has a particular area of expertise, ensuring that we can treat almost any orthopedic ailment you may have. At Colorado Advanced Orthopedics, we’re dedicated to using the most cutting-edge technologies available to guarantee you get the treatment you deserve. Ultrasound is a valuable tool for diagnosing sports injuries and other problems that may necessitate orthopedic treatment. They’re frequently combined with x-rays to provide more information and a more precise diagnosis. Ultrasound is increasingly utilized with cortisone and other steroid injections to provide more accurate results. Traditional injection procedures frequently fail to achieve the exact target spot, with up to 50% of injections falling short. While the needle is administering the drug to the intended site, our surgeons can see the treatment area in great detail thanks to ultrasound.
Our sports medicine doctors can use ultrasound to diagnose various injuries, including Torn rotator cuff, Knee MCL and PCL tears, Tendonitis of the patella, Nerve compression, Tendonitis, including tennis elbow, and multiple types of Tendonitis, Cubital passage, Hip bursitis is a common condition. Ankle ligament ruptures, Inflammation or calcification areas, Ligament, muscle, and structural tendon tears, Ultrasound diagnostic examinations provide several advantages: Imaging in real-time, Patient interaction that is more interactive, immediate feedback, Comparisons of opposites, There was no hazardous radiation used. MRI, CT scan, and other imaging solutions are more expensive. Alternative diagnostic examinations, such as MRIs, are less comfortable. It is safe to use on people who have pacemakers or other metal implants.