Advanced Diagnostic Methods
At OrthoUnited, we use the most advanced diagnostic methods to offer you a higher caliber of care. The first step in starting on a path toward recovery is determining the cause of your pain and discomfort. Digital imaging and electromyography allow us to thoroughly explore your anatomy and determine the right course of treatment.
Imaging (X-Ray & MRI)
We are proud to offer industry leading digital X-ray and MRI technology on site. Our orthopaedists use advanced imaging technology to obtain high-quality images that aid in their diagnosis of your orthopaedic injury or condition.
Our specialists use the latest advancements in Electromyography (EMG) as a diagnostic tool to assess the health of muscles and the nerve cells (motor neurons) that control them. An EMG uses tiny devices called electrodes to translate electrical signals into graphs, sounds or numerical values that are then interpreted by a specialist.
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Meet Our Orthopaedic Specialists
Meet our 35+ musculoskeletal specialists. The surgeons in this group have been living, serving, volunteering, coaching, mentoring, and providing high-quality, state-of-the-art care to the Canton area and surrounding communities for over 35 years.
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Get to Know OrthoUnited
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What Is Causing My Foot Pain?
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Sports-Related Injury Prevention Recommendations for Adults
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