Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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Advanced diagnostic imaging allows us to diagnose and treat you quickly so you can get back to doing the things you love.

Convenient and practical, our MRI machines feature advanced technology and a relaxing open design that is ideal for taking images of extremities such as shoulders, knees, ankles, wrists, elbows, hands and feet. Unlike a standard MRI, our wide bore design of our orthopedic MRI enables you to lie comfortably inside the magnet and extend only the area being examined. Best of all, our MRIs are read by a team of musculoskeletal specialists and board-certified orthopedic radiologists. These nationally recognized imaging experts bring you deep experience in an array of orthopedic specialties.

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Find Orthopedic MRI Experts at HUNTINGTON ORTHOPEDICS®

At HUNTINGTON ORTHOPEDICS®, our world-class orthopedic radiologists and musculoskeletal specialists have the knowledge and experience to evaluate and diagnose a number of orthopedics conditions via MRI. In fact, many different diseases and conditions that are treatable, and even curable, can be quickly and definitively diagnosed using the superior three-dimensional images MRIs create. In addition to same-day appointments, our radiologists will deliver your MRI results to your orthopedic doctor immediately, and post your images to your electronic medical records, which helps speed your diagnosis and treatment. To schedule your orthopedic MRI, talk to the experts at HUNTINGTON ORTHOPEDICS® today. We are committed to helping you become a picture of health.


A Multitude of Uses for MRI

A painless procedure that does not involve radiation, MRIs use magnetism, radio waves and a computer to produce incredibly detailed images of specific areas of the body. In addition to examining bones, joints and soft tissues, such as cartilage, muscles and tendons, MRIs are useful in revealing important orthopedic insights, including:

  • Congenital abnormalities
  • Degenerative conditions
  • Deterioration from arthritis
  • Disease (i.e. bone marrow/inflammatory)
  • Fractures
  • Herniated discs
  • Injuries
  • Results of surgeries and corrective procedures
  • Structural abnormalities
  • Tumors
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