Acorn Ultrasound is pleased to offer a new specialist ultrasound scanning and guided injection service led by the highly trained Dr Syed Junaid, Consultant Musculoskeletal & Sports Radiologist.

Ultrasound Scans Offered

● Sports injuries
● Joint assessments: Shoulder, Elbow, Arm, Wrist, Hands, Hip, Knee, Foot and Ankle
● Lumps and bumps
● Muscles and tendon assessment

● Upper or lower limb pathology
● Hernia assessment
● Head and Neck
● Testicles (scrotum)
● Arm pit

Types of Ultrasound Guided Procedures

Joint injections: Shoulder, Elbow, Arm, Wrist, Hands, Hip, Knee, Foot and Ankle
Bursa injections: Upper or lower limb
Tendon and ligament injections: Upper or lower limb
Nerve blocks: Upper or lower limb
Trigger finger injection
Hydrodilatation for frozen shoulder
Shoulder barbotage
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) treatment

How to Refer

1. Patient self-referral form
2. Healthcare professional referral form


Diagnostic ultrasound £200
Two sides (for example both shoulders) £250
All injections include a diagnostic scan before the procedure
trasound guided steroid injection £250
Ultrasound guided Ostenil Plus injection £350
Ultrasound guided shoulder barbotage £300
Ultrasound guided trigger finger injection £300
Shoulder hydrodilatation £400
Ultrasound guided PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) injection £375

About Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a safe and effective way to diagnose many diseases and abnormalities with a high level of accuracy. In many cases, it can be used to pick up cancer, diagnose injuries, and to determine the cause of pain and symptoms.

Ultrasound does not involve radiation and is used in pregnancy to assess the foetus in the womb. The scan involves placing a special probe over the concerned area with a water-based gel and is not painful.

Unlike other diagnostic tests, ultrasound is highly dependent on the operator performing the scan and it is therefore imperative that a well-qualified and experienced individual performs your scan.

Ultrasound can also be used to guide a needle to deliver medication such as a steroid with very high levels of precision, which is simply not possible in certain cases without using ultrasound.