NYSI utilizes instruments like Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in identifying different issues. It’s perfectly safe and provides us with the tools we need to diagnose and treat your pain effectively. * The radiologist in our digital radiology department in our Newburgh, NY office can easily analyze the produced images of bone and soft tissue anatomy. NYSI diagnostic imaging allows us to design tailored treatment plans with the use of this high-level technology.
New York Spine Institute uses advanced diagnostic imaging: a high field short bore 1.5T MRI system and Digital Radiography (DX) x-ray for our patients in Newburgh, NY.
The high field short bore 1.5T MRI system can be used in many different clinical applications including but not only for MRI’s of the Spine, Brain, Abdomen, Pelvis, Shoulder, Knee, Hip, Elbow, Wrist, Hand, Ankle, and Foot.*
New York Spine Institute’s sophisticated GE 1.5T system provides our doctors with sharp, exact images of anatomy and pathology to support their diagnosis of a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders.
It has been illustrated regularly that Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is very worthwhile for diagnosing a diversity of health problems. It is a trustworthy, non-invasive exam that applies magnetism and radio waves to generate detailed images. Our doctors then assess these created images of different sections of the body for specific issues. Some of these conditions are not always apparent when using other methods like x-ray, ultrasound, or CT (Computed Tomography).*
We strive to reduce our patients’ level of stress when visiting our office for treatment by giving them a soothing atmosphere that includes music, earplugs, and a sleeping mask to help you feel at peace.
Our location also employs a digital radiography department. The radiologist examines digitized images of bone and soft tissue anatomy to discover the correct diagnosis for a patient. To precisely diagnose scoliosis, we use Long Length Imaging (LLI).
*The effectiveness of diagnosis and treatment will vary by patient and condition. New York Spine Institute does not guarantee certain results.