• A/Prof David Connell - Clinical Director

    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 David Serich -

  • Dr Stephen Ward -

    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 Yuan Ling -

    Dr Yuan Ling is graduated from the University of Melbourne, and is a full fellow with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists. He spent several years in London reporting acute illness and trauma imaging for emergency departments across Australia, before returning to Melbourne to take up a position as a senior musculoskeletal radiologist in 2013. He is a member of AMSIG, ESR/ESSR, ARRS, and an associate member of the AFL Doctors Association.

    In addition to helping elite athletes at Imaging @ Olympic Park, Dr. Ling has a public appointment at The Alfred Hospital where he is actively involved in teaching registrars and fellows. He has spoken at national and international scientific meetings, and also serves as a current examiner for the college exit exams (RANZCR part II).

    From 2020 onwards, Dr. Ling will be available at the new Camberwell site (Capital Radiology), as well as continuing to provide image-guided procedures and interventions at the Williamstown branch.

  • Dr Tom Entwisle -

    Dr Tom Entwisle completed his postgraduate training in radiology at Austin Health in Melbourne where there was an emphasis on intervention and hepatobiliary, spinal, neurology, oncology and emergency imaging.  He started at Imaging @ Olympic Park as Fellow in 2015 and continued on as a Consultant in 2016.  Tom is involved in academic research in all areas of musculoskeletal imaging but his main interests involve muscle injury. Tom has presented at local, national and international conferences and is regularly involved in musculoskeletal radiology education.