By Philip Ward, AuntMinnieEurope.com staff writer

June 6, 2016 -- LONDON - Today nearly everybody in elite sports gets an MRI and the modality forms the mainstay of imaging in professional football injuries, says Dr. Justin Lee, who works as a radiologist for Premier League football clubs, national rugby squads, Olympic Team GB, and the National Football League (NFL) International Series.

Lee was a speaker at the London workshop on 27 May, On the road to Rio: Hot topics in sports imaging, organized by the British Institute of Radiology in collaboration with AuntMinnieEurope.com. In this video interview with Philip Ward, editor in chief of AuntMinnieEurope.com, he describes his role in the upcoming European Championships and the difficulties faced when dealing with players.

Justin Lee: Why MRI rules supreme in football injuries
Justin Lee: Why MRI rules supreme in football injuries

Lee is a consultant radiologist at the Fortius Clinic, a private facility in London that offers consultation, imaging, and outpatient services. He left his National Health Service post at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in March 2016.

Video produced by James Quinn and Francis Namouk, Streaming Well (streamingwell.tv).


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