Patient Stories

Tyus Mason

A West Des Moines high school football player gets back in the game faster with arthroscopic hip surgery.
> Read Tyus' story.

Josh Heitkamp

An Iowa State cross-country/track and field athlete is back to running after surgery by Dr. Warme.
> Read Josh's story.

Danielle Sporrer

A Nevada high school athlete and cheerleader gets relief from pain with arthroscopic surgery.
> Read Danielle's story.

Diagnosing Your Pain

If you’re having trouble bending, lifting, standing or even just sitting still, don’t ignore your pain. Our orthopedic specialists are ready to help you find out what’s wrong and how to make it right.

Advanced imaging technology – from head to toe

The Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging Department at Mary Greeley Medical Center offers advanced diagnostic and pathologic equipment and techniques to diagnose orthopedic problems from head to toe.

Just a few of the high-tech tools we use to detect and diagnose orthopedic-related conditions include:

Computed Tomography (CT)

Computed tomography, also known as CT or CAT, directs multiple narrow beams of X-rays (radiation) around a specific body site that creates a multidimensional view of a patient’s body. Learn more about CT scans

Diagnostic X-ray

This general diagnostic X-ray uses radiation to produce pictures of the body’s bones. Learn more about X-rays

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a radiation-free, usually noninvasive way to produce high-quality pictures inside the body from multiple planes. MRI picks up the body’s radiofrequency signals and converts them into three-dimensional images. Learn more about MRIs

Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a medical imaging technique that uses sound waves and their echoes. An advantage of ultrasound is that it visualizes internal structures without using radiation, and it can guide procedures such as biopsies. Learn more about ultrasounds

Pain Medicine Clinic

The Pain Medicine Clinic at Mary Greeley Medical Center uses the latest medications and techniques to effectively treat and manage pain.

Our goals are to:

  • Minimize or eliminate pain
  • Significantly increase physical activity
  • Eliminate unsafe medication usage
  • Cultivate a lifestyle that promotes wellness

The Pain Medicine Clinic is located on the first floor of Mary Greeley Medical Center, near the Emergency Department. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. To learn more about the Pain Medicine Clinic, call 515-239-5080 or 888-646-2148.

Looking for advanced orthopedic expertise?

Mary Greeley Medical Center’s orthopedics team is ready to help. Contact one of our orthopedic surgeons today!

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  • First Nurse: Talk to one of our nurses 24 hours a day for free health care advice, resources and referrals! Call 515-239-6877 or 800-524-6877.
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