Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Scanning / Imaging
Kyle and Sarah are Sonographers who own ‘Inner-Vision Ultrasound Imaging’, and offer specialist Ultrasound scans for a wide range of musculoskeletal problems.
Kyle Foster BSc (Hons) PGDip is a Senior NHS Sonographer / Advanced Radiographic Practitioner. He is HPC registered and a member of the Society of Radiographers, currently practicing medical, obstetric ultrasound, with a specialism in musculoskeletal ultrasound scanning. Sarah BSc (Hons) PGDip is a NHS Vascular Sonographer at a local hospital. She is HPC registered and a member of the Society of Radiographers.
Ultrasound scanning can offer patients/clinicians a definitive diagnosis for a variety of musculoskeletal problems (see below).
For many musculoskeletal pathologies, ultrasound is considered to be more appropriate than MRI, CAT scans, or X-rays.
Ultrasound scanning is ideal for many musculoskeletal pathologies such as :
- Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)
- Shoulder pain and reduced movement (Impingement, rotator cuff tears)
- Heel pain (Plantar Fasciitis/Policeman's Heel)
- Tendon damage (Wear and tear)
- Ligament sprains (Ankle/knee)
- Ganglion cysts
- Mortons neuroma / Metatarsalgia/ intermetatarsal Bursitis
- Joint Swellings (Bursitis/Effusions)
- Trigger finger
- Calf Strain (Tennis leg)
- Carpal Tunnel syndrome
- Bursitis (Bakers cyst/housemaids knee)
For many musculoskeletal problems, the most effective treatment
regimes can only be offered once an accurate diagnosis has been established. Kyle & Sarah are able to offer immediate and affordable access to a scan without the frustration of an unnecessary and frustrating wait. Each patient will receive a report detailing any pathologies seen.
Hollinshead Podiatry are delighted to be working with Kyle &
Sarah in offering this valuable diagnostic service available on
Thursday evenings from 5.30pm onwards.
- x1 area £159
- x2 areas £210
- Lump / Bump £70
To make an appointment either:
- Call our clinic today on 01270 211466 or
- Book online by clicking here
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