Regent Street Clinic™ is delighted to working in partnership with Dr Khalid Latief, eminent consultant radiologist based at the Nottingham City Hospital to offer immediate access diagnostic imaging and pain management for a variety of musculoskeletal medical conditions.
Dr Latief has long understood the demand and need for diagnostic radiological imaging in the private sector and is now offering these services from the new radiology suite at 2 Regent Street, Nottingham.
We have an in-house state of the art ultrasound scanner with no waiting times and both the examination and the reporting provided by Dr Latief himself, with an explanation of the findings directly with the patient at the time of the examination.
His special interests in radiology are in abdominal/GI radiology and musculoskeletal radiological imaging including ultrasound, CT and MRI. He has a fellowship in thoracic radiology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
Qualifications and Dates
BMSc(Hons) 1983, MBChB 1986 (Dundee)
FRCR 1993 – Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists, UK
Advantages of the in-house ultrasound scanning service at Regent Street Radiology
Immediate access to ultrasound scans, no waiting
Private, patient-centred service in our prestigious premises
Investigations undertaken by a Consultant Radiologist
Second opinion on the clinical symptoms and presentation from a Consultant specialist
Immediate results, reports and discussion on further management options with the Consultant Radiologist
Further imaging such as CT/MRI scans can be arranged at the same time.
Regent Street Radiology offers the following services:
In-house ultrasound scans– including the following anatomical areas:
Pelvis (non-invasive) including ovaries
Kidneys, Ureters, Bladder (KUB)
All ‘lumps and bumps”
All joints and musculoskeletal regions
Ultrasound guided joint injections – including:
Tennis elbow (elbow pain)
Golfers’ elbow (elbow pain)
Plantar fasciitis (heel pain)
Hip pain (trochanteric bursitis)
Small joints in hands and feet
Shoulder pain (arthritis)
Carpal tunnel syndrome (wrist pain)
RSI (repetitive strain injury)
All investigations are fully reported and copies of the reports and the hardware are made available for the patient to take away.