Why You Should Let Us Do Your MRI

One of the services that we are pleased to offer our patients here at Bone and Joint Specialists is MRI imaging. If you have had nightmares of getting an MRI since who-knows-how-long, then this blog post is just for you. Here at our office, we specialize in a variety of things including MRI’s. So, why should you come into see us and get one?

We Are Experienced

When you come into our office for an MRI, the last thing you will get stuck with is a bunch of amateurs who just got out of tech school. With over 15 years of MRI experience, our MRI technologist, Denise McGee, knows exactly what she’s doing and can explain every step of the process to you backward and in her sleep (but please don’t make her prove it).

Our Resolution is the Best

Isn’t’ it frustrating to pay hundreds of dollars on imaging only to see your doctor struggle to read it? Our patines prefer coming into our office to get MRI’s done because our imaging is clear and precise. We want to get a detailed look at all of your bones, joints, and injuries so that we can accurately diagnose you and get you back on the path towards recovering.

They Aren’t Scary

The last thing we want is for you or any of our patients to come into an MRI feeling anxious and overwhelmed. We will do our best to ensure that you stay as calm as possible throughout the entire imaging process. If you want to talk to one of our physicians beforehand about medication to help you relax, contact our front desk, and we can schedule an appointment for you.

MRI imaging is the best way for us to see  exactly what’s going on in your body and why. As soon as we have the proper diagnosis, we can then create our plan of attack and get you fixed up and ready to spend the rest of your summer a little bit more adventurous. If you want to learn more about any of our services, contact our Merrillville office today and give us a call at (219) 795-3360.

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