Dynamic Motion X-ray (DM X)
Nerve Conduction Testing (NCT)
Somatosensory Evoked Potentials
Computerized Muscle Testing (CMT)
Computerized Inclinometric Examinations (CIE)
Diagnostic Ultrasound (Musculoskeletal and Vascular)
Infrared Electronic Thermography (FLIR-forward looking Infrared)
Thermography has the unique ability of measuring the physiologic status of both the musculoskeletal and neurological systems.
Thermographic testing measures the temperature of the surface of the skin. This is a refelction of the quality of vascularization and capillary perfusion to the skin surface which is under the influence of the sympathetic nervous system. Conditions such as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) resulting in Causalgia and Sudecks Atrophy can be visualized in color. There are over 6,000 medical publications on the efficacy of thermography in applications including breast cancer screening, sympathetic nervous system disease, muscular and neurologic injuries. Unfortunately, the testing is not reimbursable by carriers and as a result is not used frequently in medical practice. Thermography measure the When interpreted by a board certified thermographer the test can greatly assist the doctor and attorney by graphically demonstrating the abnormalities present. Juries are particularly impressed by the color representation of soft tissue damage. Procedures such as MRI, CT scans and bone scans are referred to local facilities which have a working relationship with our offices.