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|MSK Shoulder Ultrasound||£185|
MUMS Radiographer – Mr Adrian Burman offers MSK Shoulder Ultrasound Scans to patients aged 16 and over.
An MSK shoulder scan will assess the major and some minor tendons, ligaments and nerves around the shoulder body parts, whether it be related to pain and/or reduced movement from sports injuries, old age or general health conditions such as rheumatology and arthritis.
Shoulder ultrasound is used to assess the rotator cuff and is as accurate as MRI in the detection of a rotator cuff tear.
There is no need for a referral – you can self-refer for peace of mind.
There is no preparation needed for a MSK Shoulder Ultrasound Scan.
Gel is used to glide the transducer and pictures and measurements of the Shoulder Ultrasound area are taken by the Radiographer.
You will be given a detailed report on the day that you can give to your referring clinician and a copy will be in your MUMS electronic medical record should you wish to consult with any of MUMS Private GPs for onward referral.
There are no waiting times at MUMS.
You can call us on 0121 704 2669 to book or you can make an enquiry on our website. You can even book an pay online.
MUMS has been offering ultrasound for two decades – offering affordable ultrasound for rapid diagnosis using the the most experienced clinicians.
No, you do not need a referral, you can just book in for a scan. We will provide you with a full report at the end of the scan and you can forward a copy to your GP as well.
You get the results immediately after the scan, we email you a copy of the report and we can give you a printed copy for your GP as well.
Is a scan done by physiotherapists to check tendons, ligaments, joints, muscles, cartilage and nerves in order to diagnose orthopaedic or sports injuries as well a muscle inflammation and chronic conditions (rheumatoid arthritis ).
There is no specific preparation other that wearing loos clothing to make it easier to access the areas that need to be examined.
Yes, we can detect muscle injuries and tears via ultrasound.
Our will discuss all ultrasound findings and will give you a report with all the findings.