X-Ray for Knee Pain

If you’re struggling with knee pain, then an x-ray is an important initial step that may assist on the path to recovery. It is essential that an accurate diagnosis is made in order to ensure the correct treatment program is instituted in order to provide you with the best outcome.

Knee pain X-Ray is ideal for detecting a large number of knee conditions and injuries as it shows;

  • Fractures and other sequelae of trauma
  • Alignment
  • Bone quality
  • Arthritis
  • Soft tissue changes

How Does the Knee Pain Xray Procedure Work?

An X-Ray for knee pain, is quick, painless and straightforward process. An X-Ray machine will send a beam of low dose radiation through the affected area, allowing a picture of the inside of the knee to be produced on a computer screen.

This image will then be analysed by a medical expert and a diagnosis of the problem will follow. From this, a treatment plan that is suitable for your particular case can be developed and you can start the process of managing your condition and making a recovery.

Contact Melbourne Radiology Clinic Today for Your Knee Xray

If you require any radiological examination and/or procedure such as MRI for knee pain, CT scan knee pain then contact the team at Melbourne Radiology Clinic. We accept referrals from all over Melbourne – any written referral can be used, even if it is for another radiology provider. To book, call our reception staff on (03) 9667 1667. Alternatively, email to info@melbourneradiology.com.au, including your referral, if you have been provided with this, or you can use our online booking form to get in contact and we can call you back to book you an appointment.

Further Information.

Referring doctors are  welcome to discuss with our radiologists the imaging needs of their patients and whether X-ray is suitable for their patient’s medical condition.

Specialist Radiologists.
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MSK & MRI Fellowship Trained Radiologists
At Melbourne Radiology Clinic, all patient scans are reviewed by fellowship trained musculoskeletal and MRI specialist radiologists: