What Does MRI Imaging Do?

What Does MRI Imaging Do?

MRI Imaging produces detailed images of the organs, tissues, and muscles in the body. MRI imaging is widely used to scan and produce potential sports injuries, especially those related to the spine, knee, shoulder, or hip. They are also capable of identifying and effectively diagnosing diseases such as multiple sclerosis, primary bone tumors, certain cancers, heart disease, torn ligaments, and structural lesions pressing against nerves that could be causing pain and damage. 

How Does MRI Imaging Work?

MRI Imaging uses powerful magnetic fields and radio waves to capture detailed images of the inside of the body. Instead of radiation, MRIs use radio waves to produce images of a particular part of the body. MRI machines will send the signals captured to a computer, which generates the images that your radiologist will send to your doctor. Your doctor will analyze the images and diagnose any problems properly. Doctors will make it clear if there are any problems and will give you advice on how they can help you move forward. 

MRI Imaging With Michigan Diagnostics

If you are looking for MRI imaging in Clinton Township, MI, Troy, MI, Royal Oak, MI,  or the surrounding areas, Michigan Diagnostics can help you. Our Radiographers Dr. Robert Ward and Dr. Byung (“Jason”) Yoon are board-certified, subspecialty-trained radiologists, who are active in their field. We offer fast and flexible scheduling, providing patients with the results of their MRIs within 24 hours. We are open 7 days a week with same-day appointments available. We focus on patient comfort by providing secure and private changing rooms and transportation for patients who need it. If you are interested in learning more about our MRI services, call us at 248-244-0757 or contact us online.

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