Podiatrists are demonstrating an expansion of their practice skills through the use of advanced imaging radiology solutions.

Digital radiology reveals problems that lie beneath the surface and helps podiatrists in the diagnosis of bone problems by means of a higher-quality medical image while significantly reducing the radiation dose used to produce a diagnostic image. 

Digital Radiography uses Flat Panel Detectors to capture the radiation and convert it to a digital image in just seconds after exposure. These panel detectors not only allow instant results, but also allow the images to be digitally stored, manipulated, and transferred. They are conveniently designed to take up as little space as possible and render full resolution images within seconds. Podiatry Digital X-ray eliminates the need of expensive film, processing chemicals and monthly maintenance costs. It provides the highest quality of diagnostic images at a low cost of ownership for today’s podiatrist.

Using Digital radiography solutions to enhance diagnosis and management of conditions or pathologies not only provides the capacity for Podiatrists to better inform patients of their diagnosis, they improve diagnostic accuracy and workflow efficiency at podiatry clinics but also facilitate patient education, engagement and empowerment.

Some radiography solutions that have proven to take the podiatry profession to another level are:

Imaging Acquisition Software

Through advanced imaging software, the podiatrist can detect the problem, make measurements of length, angles, and density as well as change contrast, magnify areas, capture and compare all the data they need in order to formulate the most effective treatment. Imaging acquisition software has proven to improve productivity and efficiencies and Podiatry practices across the nation.

Cloud based PACS 

Cloud based PACS offer comprehensive platforms for medical imaging. With all their functionality online, you can upload, view, and interpret patient imaging any time, from any location—and store it for as long as you need. It also eliminates the need for manually creating reports, dictating notes, and sharing images via discs or through unencrypted files. By working in the cloud, Podiatrists can collaborate or make referrals more quickly and easily with secure, HIPAA-compliant resource sharing.

Digital X-ray systems for podiatry practices have the potential to directly impact the delivery, burden and access of care. By reducing time delays and the number of appointments currently required for confirmation of foot and ankle pathologies and have proven to be key in musculoskeletal foot and ankle services, providing the highest quality diagnostic images at a low cost of ownership for today’s podiatrist, taking the podiatry profession to another level!

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Imaging diagnostics help identify the source of the pain.
In order for Chiropractors to fully understand the condition and come up with an accurate diagnosis and an effective treatment plan, they must first determine with precision what the condition or injury is internally. Chiropractors rely on a variety of imaging diagnostic techniques in order to fully understand what is occurring in the patient’s musculoskeletal system.

X-rays allow the chiropractor to identify the underlying reasons for Chiropractic care.
X-rays are one of the most widely used diagnostic tools in chiropractic care. Chiropractic has a long association with the use of spinal x-rays in clinical practice. Early x-ray technology was incorporated within chiropractic clinical examinations as far back as 1910, with the purpose of visualizing the alignment of spinal vertebrae and direct appropriate treatment. An x-ray will give the chiropractor a clearer view of the patient’s health and allow him to determine how the condition needs to be treated and if there are any complications that need to be addressed beforehand. Since chiropractic care is free of any sort of surgery, an x-ray can show a chiropractor exactly what is happening in the body in terms of the musculoskeletal system, spinal alignment and structure so the chiropractic practitioner can take care of the problem using spinal adjustments and other techniques that involve movement of skeletal components with the hands or with the use of an instrument.

Spinal x-rays are recommended on an initial chiropractic evaluation to:

  • Diagnose past or recent trauma or fracture
  • Identify any spinal degeneration
  • Monitor any spinal deformity and its possible progression
  • Identify the presence of scar tissue or arthritis
  • Identify serious conditions present, such as scoliosis, osteoporosis, spinal stenosis, and many other treatable conditions.

When used appropriately, x-rays can help identify and/or rule out specific pathology and help guide appropriate treatment.
Clear, concise, quality images can improve diagnostics, treatment and patient retention. If you’d like to learn about JPI’s Chiropractic Solutions, please read here.

“JPI’s new veterinary imaging integrated solutions for 2023 will bring a unique combination of CT, Fluoroscopy and Digital X-ray to the veterinary practice, our DynaVue Duo and DeteCT Vet CT put advanced imaging techniques into the hand of the veterinarian in the same equipment as digital x-ray, video and thermal imaging at a price that is very competitive against systems with fewer capabilities.”, the company’s Senior Product Manager, William Little, explained.

The DynaVue Duo, is a user-friendly veterinary digital radiography system that offers digital x-ray, fluoroscopy, video, and thermal imaging in a single package for diagnostic or surgical centers.

It was designed in-house by the JPI team along with industry-leading veterinarians to optimize workflow, image quality, and diagnostic results. DynaVue Duo is powered by the company’s innovative ExamVue Duo acquisition software, developed specifically with veterinarians needs and workflow optimization in mind.

The DeteCT Vet, is one of the most powerful and flexible CBCT systems available for veterinarians. It can provide full 17×17” digital x-ray images, full field fluoroscopy, video and thermal imaging, offering more imaging options with a single exam than any other CT machine in the market.

Full powered with monoblock generator, dynamic detector, and integrated with JPI’s cutting-edge ExamVue Duo acquisition software. Controls on the machine allow for easy movement with a motorized option. It is compact, taking up a minimum floor space while easily maneuverable through hospital hallways, with sensors to prevent collisions. The DeteCT Vet can be plugged into a simple 220V, 15A outlet, making repositioning and installing it simple and easy.

These two innovative JPI 2023 product introductions, have already begun to make headlines and to spotlight the company and its comprehensive integrated radiology solutions, that are significantly improving diagnostic accuracy and strengthening presence in the radiography field.

Those interested in JPI Healthcare Solutions new products or in the company’s other veterinary radiology solutions, can visit them at booth #5444 at VMX 2023, the world’s leading veterinary education conference in Orlando, which will be held at Orange County Convention Center this January 15-18, 2023.

To read article: https://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/two-new-advanced-integrated-veterinary-imaging-systems-a-cbct-and-a-fluoroscopy-system-announced-for-2023-by-jpi-healthcare-solutions#ixzz7q5a6m9nBV