For patients who are concerned about viruses or would prefer the convenience of a virtual house call, they can take advantage of our new telehealth service. Through this technology, we can continue to provide you high-quality orthopedic, pain management, sports medicine, and podiatry care. It’s safe, convenient, and easy to use. More
Since MRI images typically provide more information about a condition and can sometimes see things x-rays and CT scans cannot, it is a great tool for detecting bone and joint issues. With an MRI, our physicians and surgeons can diagnosis arthritis, cartilage problems, torn ligaments and tendons, infections, broken bones and more.
Bone & Joint uses the most current digital X-ray technology to offer low-dose imaging services to our patients. Our digital imaging receptor is extremely efficient. The radiation dose is 1/3 less than that of a computed X-ray, which is commonly used in the market today.
At Bone & Joint, we utilize ultrasound for diagnostic imaging technology and to guide pain management specialists in locating areas for local injections. Using sound waves to image body parts, ultrasounds are safe and radiation-free.
Bone & Joint’s Surgical Center is the first orthopedic center in North Central Wisconsin to offer Stryker’s Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Technology for total knee and total hip joint replacement procedures. More