Harmony Clinic's MRI Imaging
At our chiropractic clinic, we use MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) to help diagnose and treat our patients. An MRI is a safe and non-invasive medical imaging technique that uses a powerful magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the body’s internal structures.
We use MRIs to diagnose a variety of conditions related to the spine, including herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and other conditions that can cause pain and discomfort. By using an MRI, we can get a clear picture of what’s happening inside your body, which helps us develop a personalized treatment plan to address your specific needs.
Benefits of MRI
- High-quality images
At Harmony Clinic, we believe in using the latest technology to help our patients achieve optimal health and wellness. MRIs are a valuable tool in our diagnostic process, as they allow us to see things that may not be visible through other diagnostic methods. We understand that going through a medical imaging procedure can be nerve-wracking, but our experienced medical team will be with you every step of the way to answer any questions you may have and ensure your comfort throughout the process.
If you have any questions or concerns about our use of MRIs in our clinic, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here to help you feel your best and achieve your health goals.
Yes, MRI is generally considered to be a safe imaging procedure that does not involve exposure to ionizing radiation.
No, an MRI is a painless procedure. However, some patients may feel slightly uncomfortable lying still for an extended period of time.
The length of an MRI procedure can vary depending on the type of imaging being performed. Generally, an MRI can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.
You should wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that does not contain any metal, as metal can interfere with the MRI imaging.
While MRI is generally considered to be a safe procedure, there are some risks associated with the use of strong magnetic fields, such as the possibility of metal objects becoming dislodged or heated up. It’s important to let your doctor know if you have any metal implants or devices in your body before undergoing an MRI.