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Ultrasound Therapy and Shoulder Pain

We use our shoulders every day, mostly without thought, for many significant activities. Reaching, lifting, raising, playing, fixing, building and throwing, to name just a few. Therefore, it can be extremely difficult to ignore shoulder pain to any degree, when it...

Fatty Liver Disease: What is it?

Fatty Liver Disease: What is it?

What is ‘Fatty Liver Disease’? The liver performs a wide variety of functions in the body, this includes; processing what we eat and drink and filtering harmful substances from the blood. Fatty liver or ‘non alcoholic fatty liver disease’ (NAFLD), develops when the...

How Does an Ultrasound Work?

How Does an Ultrasound Work?

What is an ultrasound? An ultrasound scan, sometimes called a sonogram, is a procedure that uses high-frequency sound waves to create an image of part of the inside of the body. No x-rays or any type of ionising radiation is involved, therefore it’s considered safer...

Ultrasound Imaging for Suspicious Lumps and Bumps

Ultrasound Imaging for Suspicious Lumps and Bumps

Lumps and bumps are often encountered on various parts of the body, which can often create a cause for concern. It is important to know that the majority of detected lumps are usually harmless, however this does not mean that they should go unchecked. Types of Lumps...

The Importance of Testicular (Scrotal) Ultrasounds

The Importance of Testicular (Scrotal) Ultrasounds

What is a testicular ultrasound? A testicular ultrasound scan is a non-invasive and painless imaging examination, which is used to assess the morphology and vascularisation of the testicles, the epididymides and the spermatic cords. The examination of the scrotum...

Ultrasound Imaging of the Breast: What are its Uses?

Ultrasound Imaging of the Breast: What are its Uses?

Ultrasound imaging of the breast uses sound waves to produce pictures of the internal structures of the breast. Unlike CT scans and X-rays, an ultrasound does not use ionising radiation. Ultrasound can be offered as a screening tool for women who:  are at high...

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