As a patient at RSI, you will be treated with the utmost care and personal attention. Our knowledgeable and welcoming team are there to ensure that your experience at RSI is as comfortable as possible.
What types of patients are seen at RSI?
Personalized Concierge Medical Care
RSI patients are received in an inviting, upscale clinical setting, enjoy access to state-of-the-art medical equipment, and develop personalized relationships with our physicians and staff. This final factor is essential in helping RSI patients feel truly comfortable in a medical environment.
A Comprehensive, Holistic Approach to Care
To accurately diagnose your condition, your RSI physician will take a thorough medical history, perform a physical examination, and interview you about the location, type, and intensity of the pain you are experiencing. To further aid in their assessment, your physician may order one or more diagnostic tests to determine the source of the pain and the best course of treatment. These tests may include X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound examinations — all of which can be performed on-site.
The RSI philosophy embraces a holistic approach to care when helping patients achieve pain relief, a return to normal activities, and optimal health.
This model of care is unparalleled in the current healthcare environment, and represents a paradigm shift in modern medical care.
Same Day Diagnosis and Treatment
At RSI, we believe that patients experiencing pain should not have to wait days/weeks to obtain the necessary tests to diagnose their condition, and then even longer to receive treatment. We understand from experience that early medical attention minimizes disability and improves outcome in the majority of musculoskeletal conditions. As a result, we ensure that our patients receive cost-effective care at one site and with same day service.
To share some examples:
An athlete with symptomatic joint pain will be evaluated by our physiatrists, receive a baseline MRI, and begin regenerative treatment protocol all in the same day. The athlete’s healing progress will be followed closely and with follow-up MRIs before they return to play.