Best Radiologist in Berwick

Dr Chris Holden


Dr. Chris Holden is a Melbourne University trained doctor who, after graduating in 1997 completed radiology
training at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne in 2006. He continued his training with a year-long MRI fellowship focusing on body and neurological imaging, and then a subsequent year-long Musculoskeletal fellowship with an interest in both diagnosis and image guided intervention.

Dr Niranjan Ganeshan


Dr Ganeshan is the Clinical Director at Rayscan Imaging. After attaining a Bachelor of Medicine and

Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Sydney, Dr Ganeshan worked as a Staff Specialist at Westmead Hospital and Partner and Chairman at Canberra Imaging Group. Dr Ganeshan was awarded the Sear Prize for Radiodiagnosis and MGF Donnan Prize for Pathology, and also completed a Fellowship in Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the University of Iowa and a Fellowship in Musculoskeletal Imaging at the University of Toronto. Outside of work, Dr Ganeshan enjoys music, fine wine and travelling.

Dr Maged Bekheet


Dr Bekheet joined the team at Marina in 2009, after working in Queensland’s hospitals for 5 years. With

close to three decades of experience as a Radiologist, Dr Bekheet has also studied and practiced extensively overseas. Whilst overseas, he established his interest in general radiology and developed an expansive knowledge across all modalities. Dr Bekheet is a full-time clinician, who leads the medical team on a day-to-day basis.

Dr Mark Hamlin


Dr Hamlin is the clinical director at Claremont Capital Radiology where he works as an interventional

and diagnostic radiologist with over 10 years experience. He also co-founded Imaging Central radiology in Claremont, Perth, and worked at PainSense interventional pain management clinic to providing expert treatment of spinal and non-spinal pain conditions. The procedures he performs include radiofrequency ablation for spinal conditions and Morton’s neuroma. Dr Hamlin is passionate about providing a high level of care and this extends to his consulting patients before and after their treatments.

Dr Ivor Berman


Dr. Ivor Berman is a leading musculoskeletal radiologist and phlebologist (vein therapy). With over

15 years experience, Dr. Berman specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of musculoskeletal and sports injuries. The techniques of the procedures used have been carefully fine-tuned over the years so as to produce as little discomfort as possible. Dr Berman is a dual specialist: In addition to specialising in musculoskeletal radiology, Dr. Berman is also a leading phlebologist, treating people with painful and unsightly leg varicose and spider veins.

Dr George Koulouris


Dr George Koulouris is a fellowship trained MRI and musculoskeletal radiologist. He is the Clinic Director

of Melbourne Radiology Clinic. George has practiced radiology in both Melbourne and the United States. Whilst in Philadelphia, Dr Koulouris developed further specialisation in musculoskeletal imaging, working with major sporting associations. He is a notable researcher, having more than 30 publications to his name, including articles in peer reviewed journals and text book chapters. George has served as the President of the Australasian Musculoskeletal Imaging Group (AMSIG) and continues to be involved in both local and international musculoskeletal societies.

David Connell


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 Andrew Rotstein


Dr Andrew Rotstein is an Australian-based health professional. Andrew is trained as a Radiologist (General)

and has a practice located in Prahran.

Dr Sinan Al-Hadethi


Dr Sinan Al-Hadethi trained in the John Hunter Hospital Radiology Programme in NSW and undertook fellowships

in thoracic imaging and upper abdomen imaging at Monash Hospital in Melbourne. Dr Al-Hadethi is a general radiologist with special interest in cardiac, interstitial lung and hepatobiliary imaging.

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What exactly is a radiologist?

A radiologist is a physician who focuses on medical imaging. Radiologists use pictures like X-rays to diagnose, monitor, and treat a variety of illnesses and injuries.

Radiologists aren’t the same as radiographers. Despite the fact that they both work with medical imaging, radiographers are the ones who operate the equipment.

Diagnostic radiologists and medical physicists are two separate categories of radiologists.

What are the responsibilities of a radiologist?

Radiologists can work in a variety of settings, including clinics, hospitals, and universities. Radiologists work in a variety of settings, depending on their specialisation.

Radiologists use a variety of medical imaging techniques, including:

computed tomography (CT) scans
MRI scans
positron emission tomography (PET) scans
nuclear medicine
fusion imaging

Are radiologists medical professionals?
Radiologists are medical professionals who specialise in imaging. They undertake some of the same tasks as a family doctor, such as diagnosing and monitoring treatment, but most radiologists do not work with patients directly.

Radiologists aren’t the same as radiographers. Radiographers are in charge of operating medical imaging equipment but not of interpreting the results.

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