What It’s Like to Get an Arthrogram

If you have an injury to a hip, shoulder, knee, ankle, wrist or elbow that could require surgery, your doctor may send you for an arthrogram. According to Dr. Keith Baynes, a musculoskeletal radiologist who performs arthrograms, this procedure is the best non-surgical option for examining the joint to determine the source of pain. And while some patients may be anxious about getting an injection into a joint, Dr. Baynes gives a step-by-step demonstration of the arthrogram procedure so you know just what to expect when you walk in for your appointment:

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