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mi-eye 2™

A revolutionary, minimally invasive diagnostic device used to provide real-time analysis, faster treatment and effective outcomes.

An injured knee or shoulder can take weeks to visualize and diagnose with an MRI. As an alternative to an MRI, mi-eye 2 provides fast, real-time, vivid imaging that benefits both patient and doctor. With the answers necessary to determine the best treatment in just one office visit, patients can be scheduled for treatment immediately.

mi-eye 2 is ideal for patients who:

  • Want an immediate answer to what is causing their pain. Doctors and patients can watch mi-eye 2’s visualization in real-time on an HD screen to demonstrate the nature of an injury or to demonstrate that nothing is injured.
  • Are not candidates for an MRI. Patients with claustrophobia, pacemakers, metal implants, obesity or anxiety can gain peace of mind and save time.

The typical mi-eye 2 procedure takes less than five minutes to perform. In some cases, the problem is visualized immediately depending on what specifically is being looked for in the joint. Patients tolerate the procedure very well, with most reporting little to no pain. Local anesthetic is used prior to the mi-eye 2 procedure to help eliminate any unnecessary pain or discomfort.

Download the mi-eye 2 brochure to learn more.

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To request an appointment with our office, please call (256) 539-2728 or complete our online appointment request form.

COVID-19  and our commitment to you

TOC cares.

Your health is a very important part of your life. In trying times like this, we are faced with many uncertainties. But one certain thing is that TOC is here and committed to the safety and orthopaedic needs of our patients.

We have been paying close attention to COVID-19 (“Coronavirus Disease 2019). As news and information regarding Coronavirus is rapidly changing, it’s our promise to keep you informed and be here for you every step of the way. We encourage you to contact your TOC location to reschedule your appointment if you:

Everyone can take precautions against the spread of Coronavirus, including:

Read more about Steps to Prevent Illness from the CDC here

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