At Coyne Medical, we want to be anything but your ordinary GP Surgery. That’s why we brought together exceptional Consultant Radiology Doctors from some of London’s Leading Hospitals. Providing excellent private diagnostic ultrasound imaging right here in Parsons Green

No waiting lists

There when you need us. Book appointments quickly and easily 24/7.

Personal touch

All consultations with experienced Consultant Radiologists.

High technology

Scans using latest technology. Receive your own report securely by email.

Close To Home

Stay local. Access private consultant radiologists without having to travel.

Insurance Not Required

Appointments are available for self-paying clients. Referrals from private and NHS GPs accepted.

Expert Care

If you need further care or hospital referrals we can arrange a referral by one or our experienced private GPs.

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Scans

Scans can check the muscles around the shoulder including the rotator cuff. Can also show joint problems.

Often recommended to assess shoulder pain, rotator cuff syndrome and frozen shoulder.

Depending on your problem further treatment may be possible such as a joint infection.

Scans can check structures including joints, tendons and muscles.

Can show common problems such as carpal tunnel syndrome, cysts and arthritis.

We can help if pain restricts you from working out, moving normally, achieving your fitness objectives, or getting enough sleep at night.

Injection options include:

Steroid injections help to diminish inflammation and the pain it causes.

Hyaluronic Acid injections function to lubricate the joints against shock and stress. Including the latest Ostenil injections.

Hydrodilatation for frozen shoulder to help free restricted tissue and restore range of movement.

General Ultrasound Scans

Scans can check organs including the liver, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen.

Can show problems such as gallstones, fatty liver and enlarged liver or spleen.

Scans can check the kidneys, ureters (tubes that drain kidneys) and bladder.

Can show common problems such as cysts (fluid filled swellings), blockages such as caused by stones and possible tumours. Can also check that the bladder is emptying completely.

Scans can show common problems such as hernias, cysts (fluid-filled swellings) and possible tumours.

Breast Ultrasound Scans

The scan uses ultrasound waves to create images of the tissue inside the breasts. It does not involve any radiation. It can be completed in the clinic in less than 30 minutes.

A scan may be recommended if there is a lump inside the breast. It may also be recommended to follow-up on areas seen on a mammogram scan.

If you have a lump or are worried about breast cancer we would always recommend seeing a breast specialist. In addition to ultrasound other tests such as a mammogram and/or a biopsy (taking a sample using a needle) are often needed.

We would always recommend that women who wish to have breast cancer screening have a mammogram. This test has the strongest evidence for reducing the risk of dying from breast cancer. It can detect things like abnormal calcification, which may be missed on an ultrasound scan.

The scan uses sound waves to get images of the breast tissue. No radiation or x-rays are used in the scans. Depending on the results of the scan further checks such as a needle biopsy may be recommended.

In the UK breast density is often not checked. We know that women with the highest level of density benefit from extra screening, using MRI or ultrasound scans. This has been shown to detect more cancers than mammograms alone. Additional screening will also mean more cancers are detected at stage 1 when treatment is more likely to be effective.

At Coyne Medical we recommend all women have their breast density assessed at their mammogram. If the results show they are in the higher risk group then we discuss the pros and cons of additional screening. We recommend annual mammogram screening from 40 years of age for average-risk women.

Breast density is just one risk factor for breast cancer, other important factors include family history, genetics, body mass index and alcohol intake.

Read more here on Dr Lucy’s blog post on breast density. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

All patients should be referred by a doctor such as a private or NHS GP, another consultant or health professional such as a physiotherapist. Please have the consultant fill out a request form (click here to download the form) and send it to our team via email before you book an appointment. If you need help getting a referral please feel free to book a consultation with one of our GPs.

Ultrasound Guided Appointment – Hydrodilatation – £400

Ultrasound Guided Appointment – Steroid Injection (single site) – £360

Ultrasound Guided Appointment – Steroid Injection (two sites) – £460

Ultrasound Guided Appointment – Viscosupplement Injection – £475

Ultrasound Scan – AAA (abdominal aortic aneurysm) – £220

Ultrasound Scan – Abdomen (Female) – £260

Ultrasound Scan – Abdomen (Male) – £260

Ultrasound Scan – Axilla (Female) – £220

Ultrasound Scan – Axilla (Male) – £220

Ultrasound Scan – Bilateral Breast – £300

Ultrasound Scan – DVT (Deep vein thrombosis) – £180

Ultrasound Scan – Hernia/Inguinal – £260

Ultrasound Scan – KUB (Kidneys, Ureter, Bladder) – £220

Ultrasound Scan – Lump – £220

Ultrasound Scan – MSK(Musculoskeletal) – £250

Ultrasound Scan – Pelvis (Male) – £240

Ultrasound Scan – Scrotum/Testes/Groin – £220

Ultrasound Scan – Thyroid/Neck – £260

Ultrasound Scan – Upper GI – £220

Please note we do not currently have a consultant who offers gynaecology, paediatric or pregnancy ultrasound scans.

We are not currently able to directly bill insurance companies for Ultrasound services. We have well-established relationships directly billing several major international insurers and hope to update this shortly.

We accept self-pay for Ultrasound Consultations, our price list is here:


Scan Type
Bilateral Breast £300
Abdomen £260
Pelvis £240
Scrotum/ Testes/ Groin £220
Thyroid/ Neck £260
Paediatric £250
Musculoskeletal region e.g. shoulder or wrist £250
Lump £220
Kidney, Ureters and Bladder £220
Deep Vein Thrombosis (single limb) £180
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm £220
Upper Abdomen £220
Axilla £220

Our consultants currently only see adults aged 18 years or over. If you need a referral for a paediatric ultrasound scan our doctors can arrange a referral directly to the Portland Hospital or the Cromwell Hospital to see a paediatric ultrasound specialist consultant.

We are happy to share details of your care at any time with your consent with your NHS GP or other professionals such as physiotherapists involved in your care. You will also receive your own result to keep for your own records.

The Consultant Radiologist will give you a formal report of your ultrasound scan, this may include a recommendation to see a specialist. If you would like a private referral we can arrange a consultation with one of our private GPs. We have excellent close working relationships with some of the best specialists in London.

We do not currently have a specialist consultant who offers pregnancy ultrasound scans. Our doctors will be happy to refer to you an excellent specialist if required.

Please note that our specialists are independent practitioners who retain clinical responsibility for the care they provide and they each retain their own medical indemnity.