Moore Imaging is an ACR Accredited Facility!
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X-ray, or radiography, is the oldest and most frequently used form of medical imaging. X-ray's are diagnostic images that assist in identifying and treating fractures. X-ray images of the spine, joints, and extremities are performed every day at Moore Clinic, eliminating the need to travel to a diagnostic facility to determine the severity of an injury. We have full diagnostic capabilities in-house!
X-ray images of an injury can show our doctors different severities of fractures, while images produced after treatment ensure that a fracture has been properly aligned and stabilized for healing. Bone x-rays are used as an essential tool when we perform orthopedic surgery, such as spinal repair, joint replacements, or fracture
Highlights of Open MRI
Our Open MRI is ideal for anxious patients and children. It provides patients with an alternative to cramped, noisy, and uncomfortable examinations. Our Open MRI system makes it possible for you to come to a facility where you can be examined – without fear of being in a narrow tube for an extended period of time.
About Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Through the use of a magnet and radio waves similar to AM/FM radio, MRI makes it possible for doctors to see detailed images of the internal structures of the body, such as the brain, spine, and joints. This technique provides doctors with a higher degree of diagnostic accuracy than ever before – without exposure to potentially harmful X-rays.
Pacemakers, cochlear implants, defibulators, and tissue expanders are devices that will prevent you from having your MRI exam.
Please wear comfortable clothes. We suggest that you wear a jogging suit without snaps or zippers. Please leave all jewelry and valuables at home. We ask that you arrive at least 15 minutes early. Be sure to bring your completed questionnaire along with the order for your MRI, and any implant cards that you may have.
The exam usually takes 30 to 80 minutes, depending on what you are having scanned. It consists of several image exposures lasting 10 to 15 minutes each.