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Musculoskeletal Imaging Services and Appointments

A wide range of musculoskeletal imaging services is available for all patients, whether elite athletes, amateur sportsmen or women, those with acute injuries or people with long term conditions.

Fortius has the latest digital x-ray equipment, ultrasound, MRI scanners and interventional radiology facilities, with highly specialised consultant radiologists offering both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Most examinations are performed on the same day as an initial consultation, by expert HCPC registered radiographers or consultant radiologists.

Within two hours of an examination, the consultant radiologist will provide a report of the imaging procedures with every patient receiving a CD of their examination images. Fortius also offers the state-of–the-art picture archiving communications system (PACS) which enables radiologists and consultants, both at Fortius and elsewhere, to access your images. All patient information is protected and stored using the strictest security measures.

Fortius’ imaging department is open from 8am till 8pm Monday-Friday and 8am till 1pm on Saturdays, with a comprehensive out of hours service for urgent referrals. You will need to be referred by a medical practitioner to book an imaging appointment, and if you have health insurance you should contact your provider in advance of the scan and ask for a pre-authorisation code.

To refer a patient for an imaging appointment please call +44 (0) 203 195 2446 or email



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MRI is a medical imaging technique used in radiology to investigate the anatomy and function of the body. MRI scanners use strong magnetic fields and radiowaves to form images of the body.

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Ultrasound is a diagnostic medical imaging technique used to visualise muscles, tendons and joints with real time tomographic images. Images are created by sending a pulse of ultrasound (sound waves) into tissue.

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A radiograph is an X-ray image obtained by placing a part of the patient in front of an X-ray detector and then illuminating it with a short X-ray pulse. Bones contain calcium, which absorbs x-rays efficiently.

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Interventional Radiology uses Fluoroscopy to obtain real-time moving images of the internal structures of a patient.

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