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Fluoroscopy Suite

Through the Fluoroscopy Suite at Steindler Orthopedic, our pain management specialists Dr. Frederick Dery and Dr. Daniel Goldish can perform high-quality pain management treatments for patients on-site. With highly advanced technology, Dr. Dery and Dr. Goldish can perform the latest conservative techniques to alleviate patients’ chronic and acute pain without ever having to leave the campus.


Magnetic Resonance Imaging, commonly referred to as an MRI, is an advanced technology using magnetic fields and radio waves (like microwaves and the AM and FM bands on your radio) to visualize the inner workings of the body. The pictures produced by MRI help the radiologist clearly and accurately detect and define the difference between healthy and diseased tissues, especially in soft tissues. It can reveal many health problems at their earliest, most treatable stages.

Physical & Occupational Therapy (PT/OT)

In our physical and occupational therapy department, our therapists offer a comprehensive range of non-surgical services to help restore the function of our patients after injury, surgery, and illness. Our therapists evaluate and develop individualized care plans that address the specific needs and treatment goals of our patients. The goal of orthopedic physical therapy is to help patients move and feel better as well as make sure their injuries heal correctly so they can return to doing what they love.
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Ultrasound-Guided Injections

With ultrasound-guided injections, your doctor uses ultrasound imaging technology to precisely deliver medication while avoiding nearby nerves and blood vessels. That means you’ll receive safe, effective, accurate treatment with less discomfort. These injections are typically the next step when more conservative treatments have not been effective in treating an issue.


An x-ray is a simple procedure performed to provide a two-dimensional picture of your body for use as a screening tool to detect and examine the causes of many common disorders, such as broken bones, joint and spine injuries or conditions, and arthritis.