Non-Surgical

  • General Orthopedics

    What is the difference between x-rays, MRI, and CT scan? X-rays are a type of radiation and dense objects such as bone block the radiation and appear white on  the x-ray film.  Tissues that are less dense appear gray and are difficult to see. X-rays are typically used to diagnose bone degeneration, dislocations, fractures  infections, disease, or […] Learn More

  • Osteoarthritis Management

    Knee osteoarthritis is the most common type of osteoarthritis. More than 10 million Americans have this type of osteoarthritis. It is also a common cause of disability in the United States. Early diagnosis and treatment help manage knee osteoarthritis symptoms. At All American Orthopedic and Sports medicine Institute our physicians specialize in many treatments of osteoarthritis. Causes of Knee Osteoarthritis Deterioration of articular cartilage can […] Learn More

  • Ultrasound

    All American Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute is proud to provide state of the art, cutting edge technology—Ultrasound Guided Injections– to treat musculoskeletal pain. Ultrasound provides direct visualization of soft tissues and real-time needle advancement and avoids exposing the patient to the risks of exposure to radiation. Ultrasound does not expose the patient to radiation. This noninvasive […] Learn More