Imaging and MRI Services in Connecticut

See beyond the injury with MRI testing.

Our state-of-the-art imaging technology is not just a way to evaluate your body—it’s also our way to serve your individual needs. At Connecticut Orthopaedics, you won’t wait long for what you need because we offer digital X-rays in our 20 locations, plus MRI services in Branford, Hamden and a mobile MRI that moves between offices (currently available in our Essex and Orange offices). No matter your injury or condition, you’ll find that our attention to detail leads to a pleasant, specialized experience. Rest assured, you can count on our top orthopaedic doctors for an accurate diagnosis and the most advanced treatment in Connecticut.

Orthopaedic Ultrasound

Orthopaedic ultrasound is highly beneficial for diagnostic and interventional purposes. Our technicians use ultrasound to evaluate soft tissue structures such as muscles, tendons, and vascular structures within the shoulder, elbow, hip, hand, and wrist. If you have claustrophobia, or cannot undergo an MRI, ultrasound allows us to examine you quickly and immediately.

We also use ultrasound for procedure guidance during shoulder, knee and hip injections. Orthopaedic ultrasound is just one example of how we’re constantly innovating to provide you with the best possible care.

In-office Radiology

For rapid diagnosis, our in-office testing includes digital X-rays; Electromyography (EMG) to measure and record activity in your muscles; Nerve Conduction Studies (NCV) to assess nerve damage and diagnose disorders such as carpal tunnel syndrome; and Dexa Scans to measure bone density to diagnose osteoporosis.

By keeping testing on-site, you won’t have to leave the building to get an X-ray. Plus, our physicians can get a more accurate and effective interpretation for your diagnosis and treatment.

State-of-the-art MRI Services

MRIs are a completely non-invasive way to take a look inside your body without the use of x-ray radiation. Our dedicated, highly trained staff will keep you comfortable and answer any questions during your testing. And you can be sure you’re in good hands with our Board Certified Musculoskeletal Trained Radiologists who work collaboratively with our doctors and surgeons.

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“I was able to be seen quickly and have the necessary x-rays, completed in a short span of time.”