While for the majority of cases x-rays are a sufficient diagnostic tool, sometimes an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is required to help with a diagnosis. MRI’s can pick up bones, muscles, organs and other soft tissue, and can show everything in much more detail than an x-ray. This makes MRI’s ideal for diagnosing disc herniation among many other conditions.
MRI scans can be used to investigate almost any area of the body including:
Nervous system – including the brain and spinal cord
Bones & Joints – you can check for tears and damage to joint surfaces, ligaments & tendons
Blood vessels – the condition of arteries and veins can be viewed and assessed
Internal organs – all organs can be checked for size and functional condition
Your Chiropractor can refer you for an MRI on a self-pay basis, with all providers being approved by the main private insurance companies. Self-pay referral options start at £200.
Not sure whether Chiropractic is the right option for you?
If you’re unsure whether Chiropractic treatment is the right option for you, then please come in for a free 20-minute consultation where we can discuss the reason for your visit, do a quick spine check and explain how we may be able to help. To book this free consultation please contact the clinic on 01243 913923, or click here to make an appointment online.