Fluoroscopy is an imaging technique that uses X-ray and a fluorescent screen to see real-time moving internal organs, and in our case, the internal structure of a patient’s musculoskeletal system. The use of fluoroscopy helps guide the physician to precisely inject medications into the area causing the patient’s pain. There are a variety of treatments that we use to treat a wide range of diagnoses. Fluoroscopy affords us a more effective method of treatment for chronic pain, because of the precision it affords. We have a fluoroscopy suite in our office, where we perform all interventional procedures. In this article, we will be highlighting several of the therapies that we use to help our patients feel better.

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