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The London Clinic is the first private hospital in the UK to offer patients the latest diagnostic imaging with the new Siemens MAGNETOM Vida 3T MRI scanner.
The AlterG Anti-Gravity treadmill gives you the opportunity to walk or run, with as little as 20% of your bodyweight.
The Biodex™ system is an isokinetic testing machine that provides valuable information to our physiotherapists about strength and muscle imbalances. It is used for testing strength and for rehabilitation, usually of the knee but also for the shoulder, wrist, elbow or ankle.
The CyberKnife at The London Clinic is located in a purpose-built suite in our cancer centre. Consultants who practice at The London Clinic use it as an alternative to surgery for complex or inoperable cases. It is used to successfully treat small to medium sized tumours within the lung, digestive system, liver, pancreas and other parts of the body.
The da Vinci ® Surgical System is a pioneering alternative to both open surgery and keyhole surgery, designed to mimic the operating surgeon’s hand and wrist movements for greater accuracy. This robotic technology enables our expert surgeons to perform incredibly complex procedures. A new Da Vinci Xi robot was installed in October 2020.
DEXA means ‘dual energy X-ray absorptiometry. This test measures the density of bone. If bone is very dense, it will only let a certain amount of X-rays pass through it. Less dense bone will let more X-ray pass through. The machine will send low dose x-rays from two different sources through the bone as this improves accuracy.
The ExcelsiusGPS is a tool which assists a spinal consultant during surgery on a patient. It is described by the manufacturers as "the world’s first technology to combine a rigid robotic arm and full navigation capabilities into one adaptable platform for accurate trajectory alignment in spine surgery."
The use of RapidArc means that radiotherapy is customised to the individual patient’s personal anatomy. Sparing a significant amount of the healthy tissue that surrounds the tumour means that higher doses of radiotherapy can be delivered, thereby increasing the radiotherapy success rate.
GI Genius is a revolutionary new solution for the early detection of colorectal or bowel cancer. The London Clinic is the first hospital in the UK to offer patients this innovative new system that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance the quality of colonoscopies.
Molecular imaging uses radioactive pharmaceuticals to produce images of various organs of the body as well as disease. Not only can we look at the structure of an organ, but also how it works. The images are developed based on the detection of energy emitted from a radioactive substance which is given to the patient either intravenously or by mouth.
PET/CT whole body scans are used to look for disease, inflammation or infection in your body. The PET (positron emission tomography) identifies physiological changes in your body. The CT scan shows the body's structure.
Ultrasound is a painless test involving the use of sound waves. Ultrasound scanners use high-frequency sound waves to create an image of the inside of the body. Ultrasounds are used to look for changes in tissue in organs. There are no harmful affects.
About our underwater treadmill The London Clinic offers an underwater, self-propelled treadmill which can enable patients to gently return to walki...
A vascular scan is a non-invasive, painless scan using high frequency sound waves to assess the blood flow in the arteries and veins throughout the body. This is done by placing a probe on the skin with some ultrasound gel and then passing the probe across the skin with light pressure.
X-rays are a type of high energy radiation that can pass through the body. Dense tissue such as bone blocks x-rays, meaning that an x-ray image will show the inside of your body, using the body’s density as the image’s ‘dark’ and ‘light’ sections of the image. These images, interpreted by a radiologist, can diagnose many conditions.