Welcome to Brighton Radiology. We're a team of professionals with imaging expertise and extensive experience in radiology, supported by a group of consultant radiologists.
Our regular hours are between 9am and 6pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 4pm on Saturdays.
Outside of our regular hours, if you’re suffering from acute pain and need immediate attention, we are available after hours 7 days a week. Phone 0417 160 912 for after hours service.
The Brighton Radiology Team
David Proctor MIT (Radiography) BAppSc, trained as a medical radiographer at the Wellesley Hospital in Toronto, Canada. He has subsequently worked as a radiographer at the Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, in Tabuk Saudi Arabia, and Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute in Melbourne. David has been a member the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (formerly Australian Institute of Radiography) since 1983. Since 2011, he has received extensive training in MRI - in addition to keeping abreast of technologies and advances in the diagnostic imaging field.
One of David’s roles is assisting referring practitioners with better use of various diagnostic imaging options as he heads up Imaging Services at Brighton Radiology.
Peter Dun PGradDip (NMSK Rehab) BAppSc, has had over 20 years of clinical experience in patient care of spine, sports and activity-related conditions. Adding to Peter’s clinical foundation, particularly since 2013, has been regular training in various aspects of radiology.
One of Peter’s roles is assisting referring practitioners with diagnostic troubleshooting as he heads up Clinical and Research Services at Brighton Radiology.
Dr Victor Wilk MBBS GradDip(Musculoskeletal Med) Masters Pain Med, is the Medical Director of Brighton Spine & Sports Clinic.
He is an experienced musculoskeletal physician, with over 25 years experience in providing intervention procedures. He maintains an open minded holistic approach in diagnosing and managing spinal and extremity pain. Using the CT scanner at Brighton Radiology, particular intervention procedures available include steroid injections for chronic spinal pain, sciatica and several extremity joints. Other interventions include regenerative injection techniques – dextrose prolotherapy, tendon, joint and painful scar problems.