We are fortunate to be partnered with experts in the field of diagnostics imaging. This adds another string to our bow at Body balance further enhancing our 360 degree approach to managing you pain and injury.
Rapid Reports and Results
The diagnostic partners we work with aim to get results back as quickly as possible so the best course of action or treatment can begin.
No more waiting weeks for a referral to go through a number of hoops. Same day bookings that work for you, not the other way round. Early morning & late evening
No more waiting times.
Our large network of partners means we can refer for imaging in a number locations across, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and London, giving us plenty of options to organise what works best for you.
An MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scan uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the human body without using X-rays. It produces very detailed pictures of bones and soft tissue and is excellent for imaging the musculoskeletal system, the brain, spinal cord
MRI scans can help to diagnose many types of injury and disease.
An Ultrasound scan is an examination that involves taking pictures of the body using high frequency sound waves. Pulses of sound waves are sent through the skin into the body which then echo (bounce back) from the soft tissue structures and blood vessels of the body, creating an image.
All Ultrasound scans are carried out by highly skilled sonographers and consultant radiologists, all of whom are trained and appropriately registered.
Ultrasound scans enable clinicians to see potential problems with organs, vessels, and tissues without needing to make an incision.
An X-ray examination involves positioning the area of the body that is going to be examined between an X-ray device and a digital plate. X-rays pass through the body, and are absorbed by the tissues they pass through. Different parts of the body absorb different amounts of X-rays depending on how dense they are.
X-Rays give excellent depiction of bones and associated soft tissues.
A DEXA scan or bone density test, is a fast and accurate way of checking bone density and measuring the calcium content of bones. The denser the bones are, the stronger they are and therefore less likely to break.
All scans are carried out by trained radiographers, using state of the art equipment.
A DEXA scan reveals whether someone has osteoporosis (thin bones) or if they are at risk of developing it.