Our Services

X-Ray

X-Ray

What is it?

An X-ray is a quick painless test that uses electromagnetic radiation to produce images of the structures inside the body. These images allow our providers to get a better understanding of what’s going on, so they can determine the best treatment plan for you. X-rays are primarily used to evaluate conditions related to bones and joints including fractures and arthritis.

MRI

MRI

What is it?

An MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) system is an imaging test that orthopedic providers use to look for and diagnose musculoskeletal injuries. It uses computer generated radio waves and magnetic fields to create detailed images of the body. MRI imaging is particularly useful for soft tissue injury, such as tendon or ligament injury,  but can also be used…

Sports Physicals

Sports Physicals

Sports Physical

A sports physical is an examination typically required by a school for participation in athletics. The sports physical is meant to screen for any conditions that would need further evaluation prior for clearance to participate in athletics. The visit includes obtaining vital signs, height, weight, and vision, as well as a general physical examination from the provider.

DME and Casting

DME and Casting

DME

Types of DME Offered

OS1 offers a variety of DME, or Durable Medical Equipment including :

  • Crutches
  • Knee Braces
  • Hand/Wrist braces
  • Ankle braces
  • Boots
  • Slings

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

What is it?

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is currently used in the treatment of osteoarthritis and chronic tendon conditions. Platelet rich plasma involves using your own blood to promote healing. Blood is drawn from a vein, then spun in a centrifuge to separate the cells and healing factors. The layer of plasma containing the highest concentration of healing factors is then put into a syringe and used for the injection.

Chronic Orthopedic Issues

Chronic Orthopedic Issues

Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative joint disease in which the cartilage (cushioning soft tissue in your joints) wears down over time. The thickness of this cartilage layer wears down and becomes thinner. Over time, the thinning of cartilage can cause inflammation, swelling, and pain. Osteoarthritis is one of the most common forms of arthritis. It develops over the years and can affect a variety of ages and …

Injections

Injections

What We Offer 

Our providers perform a variety of injections to treat acute and chronic orthopedic pain. Many types of injections are performed with the use of ultrasound guidance to aid in the placement of the medication.

Acute Musculoskeletal Injuries

Acute Musculoskeletal Injuries

Ligament Sprains and Tears  

A sprain is when you stretch or tear a ligament. A ligament is an elastic band of tissue that connects your bones to each other. They provide support and stability within the joint.