Private ultrasound imaging for diagnosis musculoskeletal complaints.
We understand the importance of timely and accurate diagnoses as well as effective treatment options, and we strive to provide you with comprehensive care right here at our clinic.
With our state-of-the-art ultrasound technology and a team of skilled medical professionals, we are equipped to address a wide range of musculoskeletal issues. Whether you are experiencing joint pain, tendonitis, ligament injuries, or other similar concerns, our ultrasound services can help identify the underlying causes and guide appropriate treatment plans.
One of the significant advantages of our service is that you do not require a referral from a general practitioner (GP). We have streamlined the process to ensure that you can access our services directly, saving you valuable time and allowing you to take control of your healthcare decisions. By removing the need for a GP referral, we aim to provide a more convenient and efficient experience for you.
During your ultrasound examination, our highly trained practitioner will use non-invasive techniques to visualise the affected area, providing detailed images that aid in accurate diagnoses.
With this information, our experienced physicians can then determine the most appropriate course of treatment for your specific condition.In addition to diagnostic imaging, we are also able to offer ultrasound guided injections, which allow for precise and targeted delivery of medications or other therapeutic agents to the affected area. This technique enhances the effectiveness of treatment and ensures optimal outcomes for our patients.
At our clinic, we prioritise your comfort, privacy, and overall well-being. Our private ultrasound services provide a discreet and relaxed environment, where you can discuss your concerns openly with our compassionate healthcare professionals. We believe in patient-centred care and aim to provide personalised attention to each individual.
Ultrasound imaging can be used to diagnose the following conditions and many more:
- Rotator Cuff Tears or Tendinitis.
- Bursitis (inflammation of the bursa)
- Labral Tears
- Calcific Tendinitis (calcium deposits within the tendons)
- Impingement Syndromes
- Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder)
- Muscle tears or strains in the shoulder region
- Meniscal Tears
- Ligament Injuries
- Patellar Tendinitis (Jumper’s Knee)
- Baker’s Cyst (fluid-filled cyst in the knee)
- Muscle tears or strains around the knee
- Cartilage wear or injury
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (compression of the median nerve)
- De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis (inflammation of tendons in the wrist)
- Wrist Tendonitis or Tears
- Ganglion Cyst
- Trigger Finger (stenosing tenosynovitis
- Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury (skier’s or gamekeeper’s thumb)
- Ligament and tendon injuries in the hand and fingers
- Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis
- Golfer’s Elbow (medial epicondylitis)
- Bursitis (especially olecranon bursitis)
- Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury
- Tendon Tears or Inflammation
- Nerve entrapment, like Cubital Tunnel Syndrome (compression of the ulnar
- Achilles Tendinitis or Tears
- Ankle Sprains or Ligament Injuries
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Morton’s Neuroma (thickening of the tissue around a nerve leading
- Bursitisto the
- Ganglion Cysts
- Tibialis Posterior Tendinitis
- Muscle tears or strains in the ankle and foot region
- Bone spurs or stress fractures (though X-rays are more common for bone