Radiology is a medical speciality that uses imaging modalities such as ultrasound, CT scanning and magnetic resonance image (MRI) scanning, to diagnose disease.

There have been numerous technological advances over the years and radiologists are specially trained doctors whose job it is to interpret the images and advise on which type of x-ray or scan is the best investigation in any given situation.

As the technology becomes more advanced the degree of subspecialisation within Radiology increases.

All members of CRG work with large teams of colleagues in both the NHS and private hospitals and for enquiries about investigations outside their own areas of subspecialist expertise they are happy to recommend an appropriate colleague for the particular problem.