Services – Diagnostic

The London Orthopaedic Clinic provides high performance orthopaedic treatment, expert advice and care from a team of vastly experienced surgeons and physicians who can make a real difference to patients’ lives. We have a wide range of diagnostic services both in-house and at partner institutions within the local Harley Street area.

 

  • Blood Tests

    Blood examinations have a variety of usages and also are among one of the most typical sorts of clinical examination. We provide blood and wound swabs on site.

  • CT scan

    A CT scanner is an specific type of X-ray device that emits multiple X-rays from different angles simultaneously.This allows a comprehensive picture of structures inside the body to be imaged.

  • DEXA scan

    A DEXA scan is an unique sort of X-ray that gauges bone mineral density and the potential of bone weakening.

  • EMG / NCS

    Electromyogram (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Studies

  • Gait Analysis

    Gait analysis is the study of human motion through observation and measurement of body mechanics and movement.

  • Hypermobility Assessment

    Diagnoses of Hypermobility are often missed as patients are treated for their individual ailments and injuries, such as IBS, joint dislocation, and fatigue.

  • MRI

    Magnetic Resonance Imagining is an imaging technique used to analyze the internal structures and organs of the body

  • SPECT scan

    Single photon emission computed tomography – SPECT refers to images that are obtained through the use of an injection of radiopharmaceutical.

  • Ultrasound

    Ultrasound is the procedure of using high frequency sound waves to capture live imagery on a screen.

  • X-Ray

    X-ray is an imaging technique that uses electromagnetic radiation to capture images of the inside of a body.

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