One of the widely adopted painless procedures, MRI or Magnetic Resonance Imaging uses a combination of radio waves and magnetic fields for displaying the detailed images of the body organs and tissues. Our neurologists and orthopedic doctors recommend patients to undergo MRI tests so that they can detect multiple conditions associated with the brain, skeleton system, spinal cord, abdomen, and other body parts. Our specialists prefer to choose MRI procedure over x-ray, ultrasound and CT Scan when these diagnostic procedure fails to provide an accurate and clear image of the body part on which the test was performed.

The major benefit of the MRI procedure is that it is highly useful in recognizing the diseases and problems associated with soft tissues such as tendons, joints, ligaments, and cartilage. Cancerous tumors, inflammatory conditions, and other infections can also be identified with the MRI procedures. Furthermore, the test results are interpreted by our experienced radiologists who discusses the report with the neurologists or doctors from specific specialty to draw useful conditions regarding the patient’s condition.