Digital X-Ray: Less Radiation, Clearer Image
Not Your Grandparents’ X-Ray
Digital X-rays differ from the older method of printing out x-rays on film by existing solely as a digital file that can be viewed on any number of screens, allowing for instant transfer and photographic enhancement without the need for multiple sittings or x-rays. Thanks to the convenient file-sharing capabilities, ease of viewing, and increased diagnostic accuracy, you’ll get the best understanding of your medical issues and the best course of treatment. Like the traditional x-rays, digital x-rays are a painless procedure, using minimal radiation. We’re fortunate to have on our staff some of the best orthopedic specialists in Joliet, Illinois, working together to read digital x-rays, curate custom treatment programs for patients, and ensure the best combination of modern techniques and long-practiced treatments. By combining the best diagnostic tools with the best orthopedic surgeons in Joliet, Illinois, you are ensuring you receive the best possible prognosis and set yourself up for the best possible outcome.
A Faster Path to Healing
Unlike the traditional photographic film x-rays, digital x-rays allow us to immediately process and diagnose the images as they are taken, allowing instant results and the ability to enhance, manipulate and digitally transfer images for the most instantaneous and accurate processing. It’s our goal to take advantage of the most up-to-date technological equipment so our patients get to reap the rewards. We want you back on the road to a healthy, pain free life, and we’ve got just the right tools to help you achieve that.
Digital: A Safer Route
Digital X-rays are better for your health, as they require less radiation, and better for the environment, as there are no harmful chemicals used in the process. Our top of the line digital imaging services allow for the clearest possible x-ray images in a fraction of the time of traditional film x-rays, making digital x-rays better for the doctor, the patient, and the environment; doctors are able to enhance images for clarity, transfer images instantly, without the use of harmful chemicals used to develop film x-rays, and the increased accuracy and speed of diagnosis means we are able to provide our patients with a prognosis and course of treatment quicker with less stress.
The Key to Pain Elimination
Properly diagnosing the root of pain is the first step to eliminating it. At Illinois Orthopedic Institute, we combine our digital x-rays with MRI analysis and hands-on techniques for diagnosing the source of your pain. We pride ourselves on being the best orthopedic office in Joliet, starting with our ability to accurately locate the true source of pain with our in-house state of the art diagnostic equipment. Because we have the best diagnostic tools on hand at IOI, we can provide you with a holistic understanding of your unique medical prognosis. We’ll walk you through the steps so you know exactly how you will advance through treatment, by setting and following realistic and achievable goals that we will help you work toward as a team.
Join the Team and Start Feeling Better Now
Our team approach to orthopedic care means that from the moment reach out to our office we are working with you to help diagnose the root of pain, quickly and accurately, so we can start treatment to decrease pain and achieve fitness goals. No one wants to be sidelined, and with the help of our seasoned team of specialists, we’ll have you back in action, following a treatment schedule that allows you to maximize healing and manage it safely, without risking painful and discouraging reinjury or secondary trauma. And that road to recovery always starts with diagnosis. So come experience the best orthopedic services Joliet has to offer. Our range of diagnostic tools is just one of the many reasons Illinois Orthopedic Institute is the most trusted orthopedic office in Joliet, Illinois. We are dedicated to timely, accurate diagnostic, in depth patient education, and creating unique patient-based care programs, all with the goal of reducing pain, increasing movement, and preventing future injury.