MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
iCare MRI utilizes the same state-of-the-art medical imaging equipment that you will find in hospitals and imaging centers throughout the country. We employ a friendly, professional and caring staff with years of experience and specialty training. Our radiologists are board-certified by the American Board of Radiology. We are committed to providing our patients with the best service at the best price.
Early Detection and Diagnosis
- Cervical Spine MRI – An MRI of the lumbar spine can help find the causes of neck pain, arm pain, weakness or arm and hand tingling/numbness. An MRI of the cervical spine can help diagnose spinal conditions such as herniated discs, narrowing of the spinal canal (spinal stenosis), bulging discs, protruded discs, disc narrowing (disc desiccation), degenerative changes, as well as infection and tumors.
- Lumbar Spine MRI – An MRI of the lumbar spine can help find the causes of back pain, leg pain, weakness or numbness. It can help find problems such as herniated discs, disc desiccation, stenosis, degenerative changes, tumor or infection.
- Shoulder MRI – An MRI of the shoulder can help find the cause of shoulder pain, and or shoulder weakness. An MRI of the shoulder can help find problems in the shoulder such as torn labrum, torn supraspinatus, subscapularis, infraspinatus, biceps tendon, and other rotator cuff injuries as well. It can also find cartilage (labrum) tears, torn ligaments, arthritis, tumors, infections or other torn tendons.
- Knee MRI – An MRI of the knee can help find the source of pain and or dysfunction. An MRI of the knee can help find problems such as damage to ligaments and cartilage around the knee such as the MCL, ACL and meniscus for example, as well as muscle and tendon tears, degeneration or infection.
- Thoracic Spine MRI – An MRI of the thoracic spine can help diagnose spinal conditions such as herniated discs, stenosis, disc desiccation, infection, tumors, fractures, improper spine curvature, inflammation, and spinal cord damage.
- Ankle MRI – An MRI of the ankle can evaluate the complex anatomy of the ankle ligaments as well as the Achilles tendon
- Hip MRI – An MRI of the hip can help find the source of pain such as cartilage tears (labrum) or various tendon tears of the various muscles and ligaments of the hip
- Brain MRI –An MRI of the brain can help doctors look for injury, bleeding, swelling, tumors, brain development, infections, inflammation, stroke injury or injury to blood vessels. The MRI can help doctors also look for causes of headaches or seizures.
- Elbow MRI – An MRI of the elbow can help find problems with ligaments and tendons as well as compression and nerve entrapment issues and osteoarthritis.
- Foot MRI –An MRI of the foot can help detect issues such as ligament and tendon damage, stress fractures, or soft tissue tumors as well as for plantar fasciitis.
- Wrist MRI –An MRI of the wrist can help see direct visualization of articular cartilage, sub-chondral cysts, bursitis, osteomyelitis, osteitis, and osteoarthritis. It also helps to evaluate ligament and tendon injuries of the wrist.