Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a useful tool for diagnostic use, the machine will capture images of organs and tissue inside your body in a noninvasive way. NYSI takes their patients comfort as a top priority, and being able to offer safe and painfree examinations is just one way to uphold these high standards. With a digital radiology department radiologists can analyze your images for any findings and report back to your doctor with any information. NYSI offers exceptional diagnostic imaging tactics to help further your treatment.
At New York Spine Institute you can receive advanced diagnostic imaging: a high field short bore 1.5T MRI system and Digital Radiography (DX) x-ray for our patients in the Scarsdale are.
The high field short bore 1.5T MRI system supports a vast majority of clinical applications, which can include MRI’s of the Spine, Brain, Abdomen, Pelvis, Shoulder, Knee, Hip, Elbow, Wrist, Hand, Ankle and Foot.*
With high quality images of anatomy and pathology from New York Spine Institute’s advanced GE 1.5T system our physicians can further evaluate a variety of musculoskeletal disorders.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a painless medical exam which produces images of your body through magnetism and radio waves. With these scans doctors and surgeons can detect and further diagnose certain diseases which may not appear on other imaging procedures such as CT (Computed Tomography), ultrasounds and x-rays.*
Our staffs’ main priority is to treat our patients with excellent care. During your visit we will provide you with a sleeping mask and earplugs along with your choice of music, creating an environment personalized to you.
In our digital radiology department radiologists can analyze digital images of bone and soft tissue anatomy for further diagnosis. We offer Long Length Imaging (LLI) for scoliosis patients in need of an accurate examination.
*It is important to note that not always will results be guaranteed by New York Spine Institute; all effectiveness of the diagnosis and treatment will accord to patient and the condition.