Interventional Radiology 

Interventional radiology procedures are highly specialised examinations that require personal attendance by one of our imaging specialists, and involve either the injection of drugs or the removal of tissue (biopsies).

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Joint injections are offered as a treatment option for patients with a variety of joint, muscle or tendon ailments, and are designed to provide relief from inflammation and pain. Joint injections can be performed under X-Ray, CT or Ultrasound guidance. The method of choice will depend on the type of condition being treated.

Our Specialists personally perform your injections, and are highly skilled in this procedure. Following an injection you will be given instructions to follow and will be contacted by a member of our staff to evaluate the effectiveness of this treatment.

A biopsy is the removal of tissue for further analysis by a pathology laboratory. Biopsies are undertaken to obtain additional information that will complement the findings of previous diagnostic imaging examinations. 

Once again biopsies are performed directly by our Radiologists with the use of X-ray or ultrasound as a guiding tool. The doctor will give you some local anaesthetic then take a sample of the region of interest. The sample is analysed by the pathology company and a report will be sent directly to your doctor.

Interventional Procedures & Pain Management

Spinal injections are used in two ways. First, they can be performed to diagnose the source of back, leg, neck, or arm pain (diagnostic)…
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Treatment of back pain, whether it be cervical (upper), thoracic (middle) or lumbar (lower) spine…
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Biopsy is a procedure in which samples of tissue (core) or fluid (aspiration) are taken through a needle…
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