Arthrogram Tests

What is an MRI arthrogram?

An arthrogram, or arthrography, is the imaging examination of a joint such as a shoulder, hip or wrist to help identify the source
of your pain. Using ultrasound for guidance, gadolinium is injected into the joint to highlight soft tissue structures so that they are visible during an MRI.

Electromyography (EMG)

Electromyography (EMG)

Electromyogram (EMG) is a test that helps diagnose a variety of disorders involving peripheral nerves, muscles and spinal nerves and symptoms, including numbness or tingling, pain, muscle weakness, low back pain, sciatica, Carpal Tunnel syndrome or radiculopathy.

The test will take 30-45 minutes. There are two parts to the study: the nerve conduction study and EMG needle study. Each part of the study gives information which will help to determine the functional quality of the peripheral nerves and muscles tested. This test may cause mild to moderate discomfort. A mild analgesic or ice may be used if there is discomfort. Occasional bruising may occur. We offer EMG services at our Poughkeepsie, East Fishkill, Rhinebeck and Kingston office locations.

MRI Services

OADC offers state-of-the-art Scan and MRI Services.
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OADC also offers Arthrogram and EMG Services.
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OADC offers X-Ray right here in our office locations. Fast and convenient for our patients.
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Office Locations/Hours

OADC MRI has 3 convenient locations throughout the Hudson Valley.
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