A/Prof David Connell - Clinical Director MBBS MMed. FRANZCR FFSEM (UK)
In 2011, David Connell was appointed an Adjunct Associate Professor at Monash University. A/Prof Connell is a Musculoskeletal Radiologist and is widely recognised as an expert in muscle imaging and tendon regeneration. He has numerous international publications and lecturing appointments in the fields of Orthopaedic and Sports Imaging. Between 2004 – 2009 he was a consult radiologist at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. In July 2012, A/Prof Connell will be travelling to London to form part of the medical team at the 2012 Olympics. He is the past President of the Australasian Musculoskeletal Imaging Group and has an established track record in imaging and treating athletes both nationally and internationally.
Dr John Pike - Director MMBS, FRANZCR, FRCR
Dr Pike trained at The Alfred Hospital and UCD California. He is a Musculoskeletal and ENT Radiologist with over 20 years’ experience. Dr Pike introduced MRI, CT and Nuclear Medicine to Victoria House where he was Clinical Director for 10 years. He is patient focused and his areas of special interest are MRI and Spinal Intervention. He has an interest in education and training junior Radiologists, and has been responsible for running a successful Musculoskeletal fellowship for many years.
Dr Stephen Ward - MBBS, FRANZCR
Dr Stephen Ward is Melbourne trained. Qualified as a radiologist, including MBBS, FRACZR, accredited member of Nuclear Physician, accredited in specialist MRI and Mammography. Working across the Public and Private sector and Private practice, in a variety of leadership roles, as well as having in excesses of ten years’ experience as a national and state Clinical Director of MDIG and Symbion Health. He has an interest in Ultrasound and CT guided procedures including MSK and Spine work. Dr Ward is the current Radiology Clinical Director at Frankston Public Hospital.
Dr Ward consults at IOP on Wednesdays.
Dr Andrew Dixon - MBBS (Hons) FRANZCR
Andrew graduated from Monash University in 2005 and completed his radiology training at the Alfred Hospital. He underwent subspecialty fellowship training in magnetic resonance imaging, gaining advanced skills in musculoskeletal and neuroradiology. He is a strong advocate for science-based medicine and has published several research articles and presented at international meetings. He is a managing editor for Radiopaedia.org, one of the world’s leading radiology websites and in 2012 he founded the RadiologyChannel, a popular educational channel on YouTube.
Dr Dixon consults at IOP on Wednesday mornings.
Dr Yuan Ling - MBBS, FRANZCR
Dr Yuan Ling undertook his Medical studies at the University of Melbourne before commencing his Radiology registrar training at Geelong Hospital and completing this at Western Hospital. Dr Ling worked at Frankston Hospital for the Imaging Independently Peninsula group before moving to London in 2010 to work for Imaging Partners Online as an overnight reporting radiologist for Australian clients.
Dr Alex Splatt - Fellow
Dr Alex Splatt completed his medical studies at the University of New South Wales in 2007 (MBBS, BSc Med (Hons)). After working as a junior doctor in a number of hospitals across Brisbane, he undertook RANZCR training at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital. During his radiology training he developed a keen interest in musculoskeletal imaging and intervention, which he is now pursuing further as one of the Fellows at Imaging at Olympic Park.
Dr Tom Entwisle - Fellow
Dr Tom Entwisle completed a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at The University of Melbourne from 1997 to 2006. His Postgraduate Radiology Training was undertaken at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne where there was an emphasis on hepatobiliary, spinal, neuroradiology, oncology and emergency imaging.
He is the Musckuloskeletal Radiology Fellow at Imaging @ Olympic Park for 2015. Current academic and research interests include distal musculotendinous T junction tears of the biceps femoris muscle, muscle contusions, multidirectional instability of the shoulder and autologous cytokine therapy.