Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is one of the most technologically advanced diagnostic tools available. MRI uses a powerful magnet, low intensity radio frequency pulses and computer technology to create detailed images of the soft tissues, muscles, nerves and bones in your body.
In many instances, it replaces the need for X-rays and exploratory surgery. MRI uses no radiation. Depending on your physician’s order, you may be qualified for MRI under anesthesia due to anxiety or other clinical reasons. To get more information about MRI under anesthesia, click here or contact our office.