Ultrasound imaging of joints and damaged joint tissues for the precise targeting of regenerative medical treatment

 

 

Dr. Striano specializes in ultrasound imaging of joints and damaged joint tissues for the precise targeting of regenerative medical treatment. He is among the first doctors certified in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound by the ARDMS. He received extensive ultrasound training at The Ortho Biologic Institute, the Mayo Clinic School of Continuous Professional Development, and Andrews Orthopedic Institute ultrasound programs and continues advanced training to present. Real time ultrasound imaging is used to precisely guide needle location to both confirm placement and visually confirm treatment fully covers the damaged tissue. Patients are then followed for two years to ensure optimal results.Below is a real time image of a painful shoulder with osteoarthritis and a rotator cuff tear. The rotator cuff tear is precisely viewed in the center of the screen marked with white and green arrows. Note: Didn't change label on cine clip. Film labeled Sub S and is Supraspinatus. Ultrasound imaging is the key in developing treatment and ensuring better outcomes.For more information or to arrange a phone consultation to review your case you may contact us or complete the form below.Can an OptimumJoint traditional or regenerative medical procedure help me? To find out if you might be a candidate for an OptimumJoint medical treatment procedure, complete our Optimum Joint Procedure Candidate Form online. – See more at: http://optimumjointmd.com/#sthash.0VN7iwSt.dpuf

Posted by Optimum Joint Integrated Joint and Spine on Wednesday, March 8, 2017

 

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Dr. Striano specializes in ultrasound imaging of joints and damaged joint tissues for the precise targeting of regenerative medical treatment. He is among the first doctors certified in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound by the ARDMS. He received extensive ultrasound training at The Ortho Biologic Institute, the Mayo Clinic School of Continuous Professional Development, and Andrews Orthopedic Institute ultrasound programs and continues advanced training to present. Real time ultrasound imaging is used to precisely guide needle location to both confirm placement and visually confirm treatment fully covers the damaged tissue. Patients are then followed for two years to ensure optimal results.

Below is a real time image of a painful shoulder with osteoarthritis and a rotator cuff tear. The rotator cuff tear is precisely viewed in the center of the screen marked with white and green arrows. Note: Didn’t change label on cine clip. Film labeled Sub S and is Supraspinatus. Ultrasound imaging is the key in developing treatment and ensuring better outcomes.

For more information or to arrange a phone consultation to review your case you may contact us or complete the form below.

Can an OptimumJoint traditional or regenerative medical procedure help me? To find out if you might be a candidate for an OptimumJoint medical treatment procedure, complete our Optimum Joint Procedure Candidate Form online. – See more at: http://optimumjointmd.com/#sthash.0VN7iwSt.dpuf