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.

  • 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

  • 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.

More posts

Blog posts

  • Hand And Wrist Doctor

    The hand and wrist are very complex. There are 29 joints, 29 bones, 34 muscles and 123 ligaments in the hand and wrist. Combined, these structures allow us to use our hands perfectly each and every day, but it only takes one of these structures to become damaged to throw the whole system off kilter. […]

  • Lateral Release Rehabilitation

    What is lateral release surgery? Lateral release surgery is an operation to correct a dislocating kneecap. Once you’ve had this operation, your kneecap and the structures in your knee may benefit from physiotherapy. Physiotherapy after any knee operation can help strengthen your knee and the surrounding muscles, ligaments and tendons to ensure a speedy recovery. […]

  • Kneecap Instability

    Your kneecap runs in a groove in your knee. When your kneecap is in this groove, everything is fine, and your knee works perfectly. You can sit, walk, run and move around easily. However, when your kneecap slips out of this groove, this can all change. The kneecap slipping out of the groove causes pain, […]