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Traditionally, MRIs, CT scans, and X-rays were used to provide musculoskeletal images, but these only give static pictures. With ultrasound technology, Dr. Vogt and the SMaRT Institutecan see how your systems function not just when you’re still, but also when you’re moving. Seeing your body in motion allows the doctors to thoroughly examine your issue, find what’s causing your pain or malfunction, and determine the best course of action for treatment. Without this type of technology, exploratory surgery is the only other option that can provide doctors a similar experience.
For your convenience, the Sports Medicine and Regenerative Therapeutics Institute, located in Hinsdale, Illinois, offers diagnostic ultrasounds. With this innovative equipment, Dr. Matthew Vogt and the SMaRT Institute can see how your body moves and determine where your issues are and what’s causing them, precisely and in real time. If you’re suffering from a sports injury or bone and joint pain, contact the SMaRT Institute today about getting a diagnostic ultrasound.
If you live in or near Hinsdale, Illinois, call the SMaRT Institute to schedule or book your appointment online today.
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An ultrasound uses sound waves to create an image. It first emits high-frequency sounds, then records the sound waves that bounce back, echoing off your bones, organs, and other soft tissues. It uses this information to create an image on a computer screen of what’s going on inside your body.
These procedures can be used to help you heal from sports injuries or post-surgery rehabilitation. Diagnostic Ultrasound can also help aid in restoring joint function in those with arthritis and other chronic conditions.
When you want pain relief and recovery from an injury without surgery, request an appointment with the physicians at the SMaRT Institute. If you think the SMaRT Institute can help you, call the office or book your appointment online today.
Dr. Vogt and the SMaRT Instituterecommend ultrasounds when they’re diagnosing or treating specific sports injuries or orthopedic conditions. These ultrasounds allow them to see inside the body to determine the issue.
Beyond diagnostic purposes, the doctors may use ultrasound to help with specific procedures, including ultrasound-guided injections.
There is no preparation required. There are no contraindications to an ultrasound evaluation and no limitations following the visit. If you think you could benefit from a diagnostic ultrasound, don’t hesitate to contact the SMaRT Institute today. Call the office to schedule your consultation or book it online now.
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The SMaRT Institute offers regenerative therapies to help with your sports injury. Depending on your injury and its severity, Dr. Vogt and the SMaRT Institutemay recommend stem cell therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, or prolotherapy to support, and even enhance, your body’s ability to heal. Through these injection therapies, you can expect an accelerated healing response as well as a reduction in pain and inflammation. To bring you the best care possible, the SMaRT Institute uses Diagnostic ultrasounds, Ultrasound-guided injections and X-rays as a part of the treatment process.
Stem cell therapy is the biggest breakthrough to ever happen in regenerative medicine. By harnessing your body’s natural restorative ability, Matthew Vogt, MD and the SMaRT Institute use stem cell therapy to enhance your body’s healing process and repair damage to cartilage, tendons, and ligaments.
Orthobiologics are biological substances that are used to treat orthopedic conditions. These include bone marrow stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) along with platelet lysate, growth factors, and many other substances that enhance healing.
If you’ve had an injury that’s taking too long to heal, Dr. Matthew Vogt and the SMaRT Institute may be able to help. At the Sports Medicine and Regenerative Therapeutic Institute, they offer platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy. Using your blood platelets, they can help heal wounds, soft tissue injuries, and fractures by activating stem cells to regenerate new, healthy tissue.
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