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Diagnostic Ultrasound

An ultrasound scan is a medical procedure. It captures live images from inside your body using high-frequency sound waves. It’s also known as sonography.

What are the benefits of choosing a private ultrasound?

Going private not only gives you the flexibility to work around your schedule. It also gives you faster diagnostic and earlier information. There are many reasons why going private may be the best solution for you. With the recent pandemic and many organisations dealing with months of backlog, the long wait times can often lead to a delay in diagnostics. This often leads to an increase in anxiety for many people.

Why Choose Us?

We offer the most accessible and affordable diagnostic imaging in Lanarkshire. Access to quick and effective diagnosis should be possible for everyone. We are a leading service within our field, recognisable for the top-quality service we provide. An efficient, compassionate team of professionals with a client 1st approach to healthcare. We specialise in diagnostic ultrasounds. This means all our exams are performed and reported by our expert Consultant Sonographers and Radiographers.

What are the costs of private ultrasound scans?

We pride ourselves on being affordable, straightforward, and efficient service. Diagnostic ultrasound prices start from £170, which is below the national average cost which is normally priced above £298 for an Ultrasound on the abdomen (according to Private Healthcare UK).

Why are the prices so low?

We have lower overheads than large hospitals and hence are able to reduce overall costs.

We want to make private care affordable and within the reach of everyone.

Considering booking with us?

Generally, we cut your wait time by 10 weeks or more. Our clients sometimes receive same-day appointments. We aim to have you seen within 7 days of your initial enquiry. After arriving at our clinic, you can expect to be there for no more than an hour. From signing in, seeing your Consultant Sonographer, and checking out again.

What do you need to make an appointment?

Preferably you will be referred by your GP or another healthcare clinician. Alternatively, you can schedule a pre-assessment to ensure ultrasound is correct for your healthcare issue.

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Types of scans:

Pelvic Ultrasound Scan

This scan will use ultrasound to investigate and analyse the organs in the pelvis. It will look at your bladder, ovaries, uterus, cervix, and fallopian tubes to assess the source of the pain.

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Upper Abdominal Ultrasound Scan

The purpose of an upper abdomen ultrasound is to investigate the upper abdominal area and assess whether there are any underlying conditions that are causing the discomfort. This can include gall stones, polyps, pancreatitis, liver conditions, and aortic aneurysms.

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Kidney, Ureters & Bladder Ultrasound Scan

The purpose of a kidney, ureters & bladder scan is to detect any underlying conditions which could be the cause of any discomfort. This private kidney scan investigates the kidney and the surrounding areas, such as the ureters and bladder. It will detect any cysts, obstructions, tumors, abscesses, or infection about the kidneys.

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Testes and Scrotum Ultrasound Scan

Scrotal and testicular ultrasounds allow us to identify and diagnose problems with your testicles and the surrounding area. Our testicular ultrasound provides real-time images so our sonographer can observe abnormalities in your testicular tissue, problems with the epididymis, or blood flow.

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Thyroid Ultrasound Scan

If your thyroid gland is swollen, a thyroid scan can help to identify the root cause. Swelling of the thyroid is known as a goitre, and it can arise for a number of different reasons.

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MSK Upper Limb Scan

Our detailed upper body ultrasound investigates any of the following areas; shoulder, arm, elbow, forearm, wrist, and hand. It is a detailed investigation to help diagnose tendon tears, muscle tears, masses, fluid collection, sprains, inflammation, or nerve entrapments.

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MSK Lower Limb Scan

If you are experiencing any abnormal swelling or pain in the following areas; hip, upper thigh, knee, ankle, calf, and foot, our lower limb ultrasound will investigate the area and work to diagnose the cause of the problem.

Our lower limb ultrasounds are also particularly useful at detecting the early changes of rheumatoid arthritis, sprains, tendon tears, or masses in the lower limb area.

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Lumps and Bumps Ultrasound Scan

Noticing a new lump or bump anywhere on your body can be quite concerning. If you’re worried about a new lump or bump, we recommend having it looked at for reassurance.

Our lumps and bumps ultrasound scan is designed to examine most parts of the body and focuses on determining the cause of abnormalities in your superficial tissue (the skin and muscle).

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Neck Ultrasound Scan

If you’ve noticed that a new lump has appeared on your neck an ultrasound scan can investigate the problem and work towards a diagnosis quickly. This method is ideal because it’s usually painless and non-invasive.

Our neck ultrasound scan can be used to identify problems with your thyroid, lymph glands, or salivary glands. It can also identify the cause of unusual, unidentified aches or pains in your neck.

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Groin & Hernia Ultrasound Scan

If you have a lump that may or may not be a hernia, our ultrasound groin scan can help to diagnose the problem.

This is a safe, pain-free procedure that uses ultrasound technology to examine a possible hernia. Most hernias can be identified without the need for a diagnostic scan; however, if your symptoms are inconclusive, this groin scan should give you an answer.

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