About Imaging Central

Imaging Central is a premier diagnostic and interventional radiology clinic in Perth, with locations in both Claremont and Morley. We are an independent practice, owned and operated by radiologists and are therefore able to offer true patient-centric care. The practice is directed by Dr Mark Hamlin and Mr Joel Scaddan.

Thoracic radiologist, Dr Yuranga Weerakkody, musculoskeletal radiologist Dr Daniel Wong and cardiologist Dr Arun Abraham are passionate on delivering the best practice currently available internationally. This extends from lung cancer CT screening to our CT coronary angiogram service. These programs assist in providing early diagnosis of coronary artery disease and lung cancer. Imaging Central has a dedicated musculoskeletal ultrasound service to diagnose sporting injuries and other causes of joint and extremity pain.

We believe that patient care should come first whether you are undergoing a digital X-ray, a CT scan, an MRI scan or an advanced interventional procedure. The practice is also built around minimising patient radiation exposure from medical procedures. At Imaging Central, our x ray uses the latest digital x-ray equipment to yield optimum image quality at high resolution, with less radiation exposure due to advanced engineering technology. Our CT scans are capable of reducing the radiation dose by 60%-80%. We are the only radiology provider in Perth that includes the low radiation dose achieved on our diagnostic CT reports. very low dose

Pain Management Clinic Perth

Interventional radiologists are on site daily to provide image guided interventions at all times. Imaging Central is also affiliated with Painsense clinic, therefore enabling integrated diagnostic and procedural pain management. Dr Hamlin, Dr Wong and physiotherapist Simeon Allen-Ankins are available to consult your patients and formulate management plans to optimise their condition and manage chronic pain.

We believe in the value of medical research and are pleased to be involved in trials for chronic lymphocytic leukaemia with Linear medical research. Trials are also performed in conjunction with the University of Western Australia podiatric surgical school comparing the treatment of Mortons neuroma with ethanol and radiofrequency ablation under ultrasound guidance.

Our Team

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