Wrist injuries pose a unique challenge for patients and providers. Due to the complexity of the wrist, it is difficult to determine if a wrist injury is primarily a bone fracture or soft tissue damage. The scapholunate interosseous ligament (SLIL) is an important ligament in the function of the wrist, and it is also one of the most common soft tissue injuries in the wrist. Wrist arthroscopy is the gold standard for assessing injuries of the scapholunate joint; however, it is an invasive procedure. Recent advances in dynamic imaging with 4D Computed Tomography scans allow for the assessment of SLIL injuries non-invasively. Unfortunately, 4DCT scan data can be difficult to disseminate to clinical practitioners due to the large amount of data generated and the complexity in visualizing the data. A web-based application has been developed to interactively assess 4DCT scans of patients with suspected SLIL injury. Due to the magnitude of data and the diversity of hardware platforms used to visualize the data, the images are preprocessed with a rendering engine and presented in a pseudo-3D visualization paradigm where the user can interactively explore the 3D data without transmitting the entire dataset to the local computer. The technology has been used to assess 27 patients.