Welcome to Oryon Imaging

Oryon Imaging is a diagnostic imaging centre, based on Wimpole Street in London’s world-renowned Harley Street district. We pride ourselves on offering the most accessible and affordable private MRI scans, Ultrasound scans, X-rays and DEXA scans possible. Previously known as London Imaging Centre, Oryon Imaging exists to make sure that the path to a diagnosis is efficient, informative and affordable for patients and healthcare practitioners alike. Indeed, 97% of our patients would recommend us to a friend or colleague.

 

Our scans

We provide a comprehensive range of private diagnostic scans in Central London for insured and self-pay patients. Click on the scan type you need to find out more.

MRI from £200

 

X-Ray from £40

 

Ultrasound from £250

 

DEXA from £65

 

 

Our testimonials

I was pleased with the service I received at the clinic and would use again if I needed any more scans. I found the price very reasonable and have passed details to a work colleague.

Both the lady behind reception and the guy who took me in for the MRI were excellent. Such friendly and efficient service, you do an amazing job.

Blog posts

Football and the ankle

6 common ankle injuries in football

Posted on Mon Aug 5, 2019

Mr Bal Dhinsa, Foot & Ankle Surgeon, examines 6 of the most common ankle injuries incurred whilst playing football.

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ACL injuries in football: all you ‘kneed’ to know

Posted on Mon Aug 5, 2019

Dr Chris Jones, Sports Medicine Doctor and Charlton Athletic FC’s Club Doctor, explains how to prevent, diagnose and treat ACL injuries incurred from football.

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Tennis elbow: can your technique and equipment prevent you from getting it?

Posted on Mon Jul 1, 2019

Mr Nick Ferran, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, explains how to minimise the risk of getting tennis elbow, and how to treat it if you do.

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