For Physicians: Subspecialties - Musculoskeletal Imaging

Musculoskeletal Radiology by TRG

Content to TRG fellowship-trained musculoskeletal radiologists are available 7 days a week for consultation in cutting-edge musculoskeletal imaging State-of the art equipment includes fluoroscopy, multislice CT scanners, as well as 3T and 1.5T MRI scanners. Nuclear medicine examinations and bone densitometry are also available.

Imaging options:

  • MRI and CT of the musculoskeletal system
  • MRI arthrography (shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle)
  • Pain management procedures, including double diagnostic injections with MR arthrography
  • Joint aspirations and injections for diagnostic and therapuetic purposes
  • Image guided biopsies of the musculoskeletal system for infection or neoplasm
  • Whole body MRI for myeloma or metastatic disease
  • Hip prothesis imaging
  • Sports hernia imaging
  • Muscle/tendon injury, stress fracture, shin splint evaluation
  • High resolution imaging of the athlete
  • FAI (femoral acetabular impingement) evaluation
  • Infection imaging for osteomyelitis and abcess
  • Tumor/soft tissue mass imaging/characterization
  • Inflammatory arthropathy evaluation

Musculoskeletal radiologists:

Lloyd Heller, MD

Specialty:
Musculoskeletal / Body MRI

Fellowship:
Hahnemann University

Residency:
Medical College of Pennsylvania

Medical Education:
Hahnemann University Hospital

Ben Jacobson, MD

Specialty:
Neuroradiology / Head and Neck

Fellowship:
University of California, Los Angeles

Residency:
University of Arizona, Diagnostic Radiology

Medical Education:
Oregon Health and Sciences University

Steven Zinck, MD

Specialty:
Thoracic Imaging / Women's Imaging

Fellowship:
Stanford University

Residency:
Oregon Health and Sciences University

Medical Education:
University of California, Davis