Work Injury

At iCare Diagnostic Imaging, we will work with your referring physician and your workman’s compensation insurance company to obtain prior authorization and provide you with a peace of mind that they will give clear MRI of your injured body region as well as a detailed report of your injury. This will help your physician to obtain an accurate MRI report of your injury. Once your physician has the MRI report, they will have more information to continue to provide the best possible treatment plan for your care.

Carpal Tunnel Injury

Repetitive strain injuries, like carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), are a common problem for office workers. CTS occurs when the median nerve is compressed or irritated as it travels through the carpal tunnel in the wrist. This can cause pain, weakness, or numbness in the hands, making it difficult to perform tasks such as typing or working with your hands. At iCare Diagnostic Imaging,  can adjust your wrist and elbow joints to help relieve the pain associated with CTS. Additionally, we can suggest other therapies such as icing to help manage the condition. Don’t let CTS keep you from doing what you love. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced doctors.

Back or Neck Pain Injury

At iCare Diagnostic Imaging, we offer various types of X-rays that serve a range of purposes. One example is the barium enema, which allows doctors to examine the gastrointestinal tract for any abnormalities. Another type of X-ray that we provide is a mammogram, which produces clear images of the breasts to detect any signs of breast cancer and ensure early detection.

Our radiology technologists are trained to perform different types of X-rays with precision and accuracy. Whether it’s a standard X-ray or a specialized one like a mammogram or barium enema, we strive to provide the highest quality imaging services to our patients.

During your X-ray, we’ll ensure your comfort and safety. We’ll ask you to sit, stand, or lie down, depending on the type of X-ray we need to perform. Our radiology technologists are trained to make sure you are positioned correctly for the best possible image. With iCare Diagnostic Imaging, you can trust that you’ll receive personalized advice, diagnosis, and treatment.

Disc injury in the work place

A disc injury is a common type of back injury that can occur in many workplaces, and it can be quite painful. The spine is made up of interlocking bones (vertebrae) and discs that work as shock absorbers. These discs can become injured in various ways, such as coming out of their natural alignment. Treatment for a disc injury may include seeing a spinal specialist and a doctor and potentially requiring long-term care, including spinal surgery. In the meantime, your chiropractor at iCare Diagnostic Imaging can provide gentle care to alleviate pain and help you function. During your first visit, they will work with you to create a personalized care plan to address your specific needs and goals.

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