CRG offer a full range of the following private imaging services to patients across Norwich and Norfolk:

  • Musculoskeletal, including orthopaedics, rheumatology, sports imaging, spinal intervention, CT and MR of orthopaedic implants, dynamic carpal instability and morphology of the knee
  • Breast screening (read more)
  • Gynaecological imaging of benign conditions, such as endometriosis
  • Angio-interventional radiology, tumour ablation, fibroid embolisation
  • Hepatobiliary and gastrointestinal imaging
  • Cardiac and thoracic radiology
  • Upper Gastrointestinal
  • Urological interventions
  • Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)
  • Ophthalmology
  • Endocrinology
  • Abdominal and oncological imaging
  • Pelvic imaging
  • Body and vascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

If you are a patient, General Practitioner (GP), hospital Consultant, Insurance Company, private provider, NHS organisation or sports related business we can help with your radiology query.

We seek to offer a fast track access service to achieve diagnoses quickly and efficiently and we aim to be as flexible as possible to meet your requirements.

For patient related information or further clinical guidance, please visit the website of The Royal College of Radiologists.

Interventional Radiology is a medical speciality that uses the various imaging and scanning facilities available to offer a range of minimally invasive procedures which in many cases can replace conventional open surgery. Most of the procedures are done under local anaesthetic and can be done either as day case procedures or require only a very short hospital stay with rapid return to normal activities.

Advances in diagnostic imaging allowed the development of Interventional Radiology as a speciality from the mid 1970s. Advances in scanning and medical device technologies over recent years have seen a huge increase in the scope and ability of Interventional Radiology to treat a wide variety of conditions. These range from angioplasty and stenting of narrowed arteries to treating tumours by embolisation or blocking the blood supply. The speciality is at the cutting edge of application of new technologies to treat disease conditions that in the past may have required major surgical procedures with prolonged recovery times.

If you have any questions about interventional radiology please contact us as the locations for undertaking these procedures vary.