Silver's Joint and Soft Tissue Injection: Injecting with Confidence
Dr David Silver studied Medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital and after gaining FRCP trained in Bristol in Radiology before undertaking a Fellowship in Brisbane. He has been a Consultant in Exeter since 1997 and has established a comprehensive MSK diagnostic and interventional service in association with the renowned Orthopaedic centre being one of the first NHS services to introduce MSK ultrasound and guided injections.
He developed one of the first NHS centres for Shockwave therapy and has been a Specialist Adviser to NICE for over 12 years.
He has been an Executive Officer, Secretary and is currently Past President of the British Society of Skeletal Radiologists and has advised the Department of Health on imaging issues including the 18 weeks pathway and been a member of the National Imaging Board.
He was a member of the Imaging Committee for the 2012 Olympic Games and was a volunteer at the games providing MSK imaging and intervention.
He has provided specialist imaging and interventional advice for Exeter City Football Club and Somerset Cricket Club for many years.
Table of Contents
Incidence. Joint and Soft Tissue Corticosteroid Injection: What Is the Evidence? Medico-Legal Issues, Complications and Consent. The Challenge of Recognising and Managing Inflammatory Arthritis. The Shoulder. The Wrist and Hand. The Elbow. Conditions around the Hip and Thigh. The Knee Joint. The Ankle and Foot. Musculoskeletal Imaging and Therapeutic Options in Soft Tissue Disorders.