Ultrasound Scans & Joint injections

How Much Does A Private Ultrasound Scan Cost?

How Much Does A Private Ultrasound Scan Cost?

Our private ultrasound prices start at £150. This is much less than you would pay at some other London clinics and, unlike some clinics, your scan will be conducted by a Consultant Radiologist, who is an expert in ultrasound diagnostics.

We specialise in musculoskeletal diagnosis using ultrasound scans and highly targeted ultrasound guided injections for pain relief.

We offer a wide range of services, providing private scans both for patients with medical insurance and those wishing to pay themselves.

Our ultrasound scan prices depends on the location and number of areas you are having scanned. If you are having an ultrasound guided injection the costs will be higher.

Ultrasound Costs

£150 for one elbow, £225 for both elbows

£150 for one elbow, £225 for both elbows

£150 for one hip, £225 for both hips

£150 for one knee, £225 for both knees

£150 for one ankle, £225 for both ankles

£150 for one foot, £225 for both feet

£150 for one area, £225 for two areas

Ultrasound Guided Injection Costs

We offer PRP injections combined with an ultrasound scan for tendinopathy in the shoulder, wrist or knee. A single injection costs £350. If you require two injections, for example both shoulders, the cost is £525.

We offer ultrasound guided steroid injections into the wrist, shoulder, ankle, knee, hip, shoulder, foot and other joints. A single injection is £250. If you require two injections, for example in both knees the cost is £400.

OurSynvisc is a treatment for osteoarthritis of the knee. We offer ultrasound guided Synvisc injections for £350 for one knee or £500 for both knees.

OurOstenil is a treatment for osteoarthritis in the joints. We offer ultrasound guided Ostenil injections for £250 for an injection in one location or £350 for two injections in separate locations.

Our Ultrasound Guided Injections enable the radiologist to precisely target the painful area and this typically means these injections offer better pain relief than non-guided injections

An ultrasound guided Steroid injection costs £250 if you are injected in one part of your body and £400 for two locations.

Our Ultrasound Clinic is based in 96 Harley Street in Central London, easily accessible by public transport.

In most cases, yes but you'll need to check with your insurance company first. Before you can have a scan at our clinic you'll need a pre-authorisation from your insurance company to confirm they will pay.

Yes, many of our ultrasound patients are self-pay. You do not need a GP or Consultant referral. Just call us and we can arrange an appointment for your private ultrasound scan with a consultant radiologist at our London clinic.

No, unfortunately we cannot offer ultrasound scans for pregnancy or women's health issues. We focus on ultrasound scans to enable accurate diagnosis of musculoskeletal conditions and pain management through ultrasound guided injections.

Yes, using the ultrasound machine your radiologist will be able to see the results of your scan straight away. One of the benefits of using ultrasound is your scan can give you a fast and accurate diagnosis.

OurUltrasound is a non-invasive technique which used high frequency sound waves to scan your body. As the sound waves bounce back the ultrasound machine is able to build up an image of your soft tissue which enables a skilled clinician to diagnose and treat your condition.

treatment summary

Recommended Age Range

From 18

Treatments Required

One

Anaesthetic

No

Discomfort

A small amount of discomfort during the procedure although local anaesthetic can be used on the area to help with any pain.

Downtime

You should expect some discomfort for between 3-7 days

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Short-term meter parking is available in the streets surrounding Harley Street, with a maximum 4 hour stay. For longer-term car parking, there are parking stations in nearby Cavendish Square, Queen Anne Street, Weymouth Mews and Moxon Street.
If you are taking public transport the nearest tube stations are Regents Park (Bakerloo line), Great Portland Street (Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines) Baker Street (Jubilee, Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines) and Bond Street (Central and Jubilee lines)