We use high-quality ultrasound machines to see what is going on in your body and why you are in pain. This is pivotal to establish the cause of your pain and then we can discuss the best way forward to treat your condition accordingly. We have Specialist Musculoskeletal Sonographer and Intervenationalist performing these scans.

We can scan:

  • Shoulder Area
  • Elbow Joint
  • Wrist or hand
  • Sacroiliac joint or Hip Area
  • Knee Area
  • Ankle or Foot

We can treat using the followings:

  • Cortisone injection
  • Hyaluronic Acid injection
  • Trigger point injections

Let's start your journey with us:

  • To book an appointment, call us on 020 8870 8761 or email us at: info@joint-injections.co.uk.
  • Comprehensive MSK examination.
  • Detailed MSK ultrasound scan for just £120.
  • Treatments we offer. Cortisone Injection £250, Hyaluronic acid Ostenil Injection £350.

Patient Reviews

What is Ultrasound Scan of the Musculoskeletal System?

Ultrasound imaging is a painless medical test that aids in the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions. Ultrasound examinations do not involve the use of radiation (as used in x-rays). Muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, nerves, and soft tissues are all visible in ultrasound images of the musculoskeletal system.

What are some common uses of the procedure?

  • Shoulder: Acromioclavicular joint synovitis/arthritis, rotator cuff tear and tendinopathy, subacromial subdeltoid bursitis, subacromial deltoid impingement, calcific tendonitis, acromioclavicular joint swelling
  • Knee: Hamstring injury, quadriceps tendon tear, patellar tendon tendinopathy, fat impingement, enthesopathy/enthesitis, osteoarthritis-related changes, Baker’s cyst, and joint swelling, IT band syndrome and bursitis, ligament tear or sprain, pes anserinus bursitis and tendonitis, runner’s knee.
  • Foot and Ankle: Achilles tendinopathy tendonitis enthesopathy and enthesitis, paratenonitis, retrocalcaneal bursitis, superficial calcaneal bursitis, calf pain and tear, runners injury, arthritis, tendon or ligament injury such as anterior talo-fibular ligament sprain or tear, Morton’s neuroma, inter-metatarsal bursitis, plantar fasciitis fasciopathy and bursitis, possible cause of metatarsalgia (foot pain), trapped nerve such as tarsal tuunnel syndrome, osteoarthritis, stress fracture, osteoarthritis, arthritis, and plantar plate injury etc.
  • Rheumatology: Early changes of rheumatoid and inflammatory arthritis such as erosions or synovitis as well as flares up.
  • Elbow: Tennis elbow, Golfer’s elbow, biceps tendon tear or tendinopathy, synovitis, joint swelling, bicipitoradial bursitis, olecranon bursitis, triceps enthesopathy/enthesitis, calcification in tendon, trapped nerve such as cubital tunnel syndrome.
  • Hand and Wrist Pain: Trapped nerve such as carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist sprain, joint swelling, DeQuarvian tenosynovitis, osteoarthritis in the CMC (carpometacarpal) joint and STT (scaphotrapeziotrapezoid) joint complex, TFCC (triangular fibrocartilage complex) pain, trigger finger, ligament and tendon injury, trigger finger, small joint osteoarthritis (knuckle) and pain.
  • Hip Pain: Arthritis, osteoarthritis, greater trochanter pain syndrome, ischial bursitis, snapping hip, joint swelling, tendon tear and tendinopathy.