Dr David Silver: Clinical radiology
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Dr David Silver

Clinical radiology

 

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Overview

Specialises in

  • Musculoskeletal ultrasound
  • Non-vascular interventional radiology

About me

I have been practicing in Exeter for 17 years as a Musculoskeletal Radiologist and established a first class service within Exeter for both NHS and Private patients for Bone and soft tissue diagnosis and image guided treatments.
I am currently Clinical Lead for Musculoskeletal Radiology and joint Clinical Lead for the Exeter Sarcoma service
Have served as Executive Officer and Secretary of the British Society of Skeletal Radiologists
Adviser to LOCOG for 2012 Olympic Games
Have acted as adviser to Department of Health and Royal College of Radiology for Imaging Guidelines.

Areas of interest

Diagnostic Ultrasound and MRI for soft tissue and joint disorders;
Specialist sports injury assessment;
Therapeutic intervention for soft tissue and joint disorders;
Joint Injections;
Soft tissue injections;
Vertebroplasty for painful fractures;
Extensive experience in treating refractory tendon conditions using shockwave therapy (One of the first services in the UK and established for 12 years);
Expertise in assessment of shoulder pain with diagnostic imaging and using minimally invasive techniques including barbotage for calcific tendinitis, hydrodilatation for frozen shoulder and image guided steroid injections for rotator cuff disorders;

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