Injection Clinic provides a high quality service including guided injections
The prices are much lower than private hospitals; because all you pay for is the clinicians treatment.
|New Client||New Client with Corticosteroid Injection|
|New client examination and diagnostic ultrasound scan||New client examination and diagnostic scan with guided injection .|
|Follow up appointment||Injection Cortisone|
|For clients previously seen by InjectionClinic||This is additional fee added to either new patient or follow up appointment|
|New Client / scan with Ostenil Plus Injection||New Client /scan with PRP injection|
|New Client examination/ scan with guided Ostenil Plus injection||New client with PRP preparation/ scan and guided injection|
|Ostenil Plus Injection||PRP injection|
|Price to be added to new patient or follow up appointment||Price to be added to new patient or follow up appointment|
|Hay Fever Injection|
|Steroid Injection (Kenalog 40mg or 80mg)
Use of ultrasound to ensure intra muscular injection.
This is total cost.
Typical cost examples
Example 1. New patient £80. Following examination and scan the diagnosed problem is appropriate for an anti-inflammatory injection. Corticosteroid Injection £75. Total cost £155.
Example 2. A patient previously seen and diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis requests that both knees are injected prior to their holiday. Follow up appointment £50. Two corticosteroid injections @£75 each. Total cost £200.
Example 3. Suffering with hay fever. Standard single shot of Kenalog (40mg). Total cost £60.
High quality medical care at an affordable price
Injection Clinic delivers high quality clinical care at an affordable price.
Historically, guided injections have been administered in hospitals by Consultants and have therefore been a high cost treatment.
Now, with modern mobile ultrasound scanners and advanced practitioner skills, these injections can now be administered in healthcare clinics.
Saving money without losing any of the benefits.
Injections that are unguided, known as blind injections, are still used, but not recommended by InjectionClinic. Injections need to be safe and appropriate.
Ultrasound images and needle guidance allow for safe and effective practice.