Dr Jones & Partners Medical Imaging

Doctors-Medical Practitioners - Stepney, SA

Radiology Specialists Servicing South Australia For Over 75 Years.

38 Payneham Rd, Stepney SA 5069

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About Us

AT A GLANCE
  • MRI and CT.
  • Ultrasound and general x-ray.
  • Nuclear med and pet.
  • Mammography and bone density.
  • Musculoskeletal.
Providing patients with excellent services given by competent and caring staff
Dr Jones & Partners Medical Imaging offers a wide range of diagnostic imaging services or modalities. We aim to provide patients and their referring Doctors with the highest standard of diagnostic imaging, meeting all expectations of accuracy, professionalism, convenience and affordability.

Dr Jones & Partners Medical Imaging offers a wide range of diagnostic imaging services or modalities. We aim to provide patients and their referring Doctors with the highest standard of diagnostic imaging, meeting all expectations of accuracy, professionalism, convenience and affordability.

Services offered

  • General x-ray
  • Mammography
  • Bone Density testing
  • Ultrasound
  • Computerised Tomography (CT)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
  • Interventional Procedures

Dr Jones & Partners Medical Imaging is also proud to be part of the I-MED Network, which is Australia's largest private diagnostic imaging network. The Network's commitment to patient care is demonstrated daily throughout Australia in modern, technologically advanced practices staffed by highly talented imaging professionals.

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Established
1925

Products and Services

Practice Type

Radiology

Diagnostics

Computerised Scanning, Ultrasound, X-rays

FAQs

  • What is tendinosis?

    Tendinosis means chronic damage to a tendon with degeneration in its structure, cell changes, tiny internal tears and increased blood flow but no major inflammation. Reduced tendon strength may cause larger tears or rupture.

  • What is Autologous Conditioned Serum (Orthokine)?

    Autologous conditioned serum is a specialised injection technique to reduce the pain and inflammation in osteoarthritis.

  • What is Autologous Tenocyte Implantation?

    Autologous tenocyte implanation (ATI) non-surgical care for tendinopathy uses your own healthy tendon cells to replenish those lost in damaged tendon, regenerate its structure and prevent recurrent symptoms.

  • What does a DEXA scan measure?

    The DEXA scan measures bone mineral density, to detect possible osteoporosis. Osteoporosis results from loss of bone mineral to a level which potentially increases the risk of fractures. When the bone density measurements are obtained, they are compared against the normal population of people of the same age, weight, sex and ethnic background, and also against normal young adults. Your doctor will then use the results to assess fracture risk and decide if any treatment is required.

  • Why have a mammogram?

    Breast cancer affects about 1 in 15 women in Australia and even more - up to 1 in 10 - in those with a family history of the disease. As mammograms can detect very early cancer - often at the stage when it can be completely cured, it is recommended to women for that reason.

  • What is Platelet Rich Plasma Injection?

    Platelet rich plasma (PRP) uses the growth factors and natural healing cells in your own blood to help repair tendon damage and treat the pain caused by injuries and chronic wear.

  • What is Autologous Blood Injection?

    Autologous Blood (ABI) uses the growth factors and natural healing cells in your own blood to help repair tendon damage and treat the pain caused by injuries and chronic wear.