Full Body Scan

Full body MRI Scan

A comprehensive MRI scan used as a preventative tool to gain
a deep insight into your overall health and wellbeing.

A comprehensive insight into your body's health

MRI scans serve as a powerful diagnostic tool for identifying abnormalities inside the body without the need for invasive biopsy surgeries.

This can help diagnose soft tissue diseases, find the source of pain or inflammation, and identify abnormal tissue or tumour growth.

In a typical MRI scan, only one specific area or part of the body is scanned.

A full-body MRI scan can check for up to 362 potential conditions, making it a powerful preventative check of your overall health.

What's included

In our full body MRI scans

A full-body scan includes all the important organs and structures of the body. These are areas that are the most complex and are the areas that are most prone to disease, abnormal growth, or degeneration.

Body Parts

  • Brain
    (including MRA of blood vessels)

  • Neck blood vessels
    (MRA of Carotid arteries)

  • Chest
    (not including heart or lungs)

  • Abdomen
    (including overview of liver, kidneys, spleen, pancreas, gallbladder)

  • Pelvis
    (Female: includes uterus, ovaries and urinary bladder, Male: includes prostate and urinary bladder)

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For typical detection of

  • Tumours

  • Lesions

  • Aneurisms

Select your package

 
Diamond
£2999

Platinum
£2499

Gold
£1999

Silver
£1499

Bronze
£999

MRI Scan          
Head
Neck
Chest
Upper Abdomen
Lower Abdomen
Pelvis
Brain
Carotid Arteries
Cervical Spine
Thoracic Spine
Lumbar Spine
MRI Reporting Time 5 Working Days 5 Working Days 5 Working Days 7 Working Days 14 Working Days
Reported by GMC & NHS Qualified Doctors (i) you will receive a thorough scan report from a proficient and certified radiologist.
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Blood Tests          
Full Blood Count          
Haemoglobin Measures the amount of oxygen-carrying protein in red blood cells, helping diagnose anaemia and monitor its severity.
Platelet Count Determines the number of platelets involved in blood clotting, essential for assessing bleeding disorders and overall clotting function.
RBC RBC (Red Blood Cell Count): Counts the number of red blood cells per volume of blood, aiding in the diagnosis of anaemia and other blood disorders.
WBC WBC (White Blood Cell Count): Counts the number of white blood cells per volume of blood, indicating infection or inflammation.
Neutrophils Different types of white blood cells that help fight infections and indicate specific immune responses.
Lymphocytes Different types of white blood cells that help fight infections and indicate specific immune responses.
Monocytes Different types of white blood cells that help fight infections and indicate specific immune responses.
ESR ESR (Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate): Measures the rate at which red blood cells settle in a tube, indicating inflammation or infection in the body.
PCV PCV (Packed Cell Volume): Measures the percentage of red blood cells in the total blood volume, helping diagnose anaemia or dehydration.
MCV MCV (Mean Corpuscular Volume): Measures the average size of red blood cells, useful in identifying different types of anaemia.
MCH MCH (Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin): Calculates the average amount of haemoglobin in red blood cells, assisting in diagnosing types of anaemia.
MCHC MCHC (Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration): Determines the average concentration of haemoglobin in red blood cells, aiding in diagnosing various types of anaemia.
RDW RDW (Red Cell Distribution Width): Measures the variation in red blood cell size, useful in diagnosing different types of anaemia.
Eosinophils Different types of white blood cells that help fight infections and indicate specific immune responses.
Basophils Different types of white blood cells that help fight infections and indicate specific immune responses.
Liver Function          
ALT ALT (Alanine Aminotransferase): Evaluates liver health and detects liver damage or disease.
AST (SGOT) Assesses liver and heart function, and detects liver damage.
Calcium Assesses calcium levels, important for bone health, muscle function, and nerve signalling.
Albumin Evaluates liver and kidney function, as well as nutritional status.
GGT GGT (Gamma Glutamyl Transferase): Evaluates liver and bile duct function, and helps diagnose liver diseases.
Bilirubin Measures the level of direct bilirubin, indicating liver and bile duct function.
Globulin Measures the total amount of globulins in the blood, helping diagnose certain diseases.
Alkaline Phosphatase Assesses liver and bone health, and detects bile duct obstruction.
Protein Total (Blood) Measures the total amount of proteins in the blood, reflecting nutritional status and liver function.
Adjusted Calcium Calculates the corrected calcium levels, accounting for albumin levels.
SGPT SGPT (Serum Glutamic Pyruvic Transaminase): Detects liver damage and evaluates liver function.
Nutritional and Diabetic          
Vitamin B12 Evaluates vitamin B12 levels, essential for red blood cell production and nerve function.
Glucose Evaluates blood sugar levels, aiding in the diagnosis and management of diabetes.
Hba1c Hba1c (Glycosylated Haemoglobin): Provides a measure of average blood glucose levels over the past few months, aiding in the diagnosis and management of diabetes.
Vitamin D (25-OH) Measures the level of vitamin D in the body, crucial for bone health and calcium absorption.
Folic Acid Measures the level of folic acid (vitamin B9), important for red blood cell production and overall health.
Serum Folate Measures the level of folate (vitamin B9) in the blood, essential for cell growth and DNA synthesis.
Iron and Anaemia          
Iron Measures the amount of iron in the blood, important for red blood cell production.
Ferritin Assesses iron storage levels in the body and helps diagnose iron deficiency or overload.
Reticulocyte Count : Measures the percentage of young red blood cells, aiding in diagnosing and monitoring anaemia.
TIBC TIBC (Iron Binding Capacity): Evaluates the blood's capacity to bind and transport iron, assisting in diagnosing iron-related disorders.
Transferrin Measures the level of transferrin, a protein involved in iron transport, assisting in diagnosing iron-related disorders.
Hormonal and Cancer          
TSH TSH (Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone): Evaluates thyroid function and helps diagnose thyroid disorders.
FT3 FT3 (Free Triiodothyronine): Measures the active form of thyroid hormone.
FT4 FT4 (Free Thyroxine): Measures the unbound form of thyroid hormone.
Thyroxine (T4) Evaluates the total amount of thyroid hormone in the blood.
PSA PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen): Screens for prostate cancer or other prostate-related conditions.
Testosterone Measures the level of testosterone, important for male sexual development and reproductive function.
CEA CEA (Carcinoembryonic Antigen): Detects certain cancers, particularly colorectal cancer.
CA19-9 A tumour marker used to evaluate and monitor pancreatic and gastrointestinal cancers.
LH LH (Luteinizing Hormone): Assesses reproductive hormone levels and aids in diagnosing fertility issues.
FSH FSH (Follicle-Stimulating Hormone): Measures reproductive hormone levels and assists in diagnosing fertility problems.
Inflammatory and Autoimmune          
CRP CRP (C-Reactive Protein): Measures the level of inflammation in the body and helps diagnose infections and certain diseases.
IgA IgA (Immunoglobulin A): Assesses the level of immunoglobulin A, which plays a role in the immune response.
Bone & Cardiac          
Total Cholesterol Measures the total amount of cholesterol in the blood, indicating the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Triglycerides Assesses the level of triglycerides, a type of fat, in the blood, indicating the risk of heart disease.
HDL HDL (High-Density Lipoprotein): Evaluates the level of "good" cholesterol that helps remove "bad" cholesterol from the bloodstream, indicating cardiovascular health.
LDL LDL (Low-Density Lipoprotein): Measures the level of "bad" cholesterol associated with an increased risk of heart disease.
Bone Screen (Blood Only) Assesses bone health and detects conditions like osteoporosis or bone tumours.
CPK-MB CPK-MB (Creatine Kinase-MB): Measures the level of an enzyme released during heart muscle damage, aiding in diagnosing heart attacks.
Kidney Function          
Creatinine Assesses kidney function by measuring the waste product creatinine in the blood.
Uric Acid Measures the level of uric acid, useful in diagnosing conditions like gout.
Electrolytes Evaluates the levels of essential minerals like sodium, potassium, and chloride, crucial for body functions.
Urea & Electrolytes A panel of tests that assess kidney function and electrolyte balance.
CKD eGFR CKD eGFR (Chronic Kidney Disease estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate): Estimates the kidney's filtering capacity and helps diagnose and monitor kidney disease.
Blood Tests Reporting Time 5 Working Days 5 Working Days 5 Working Days 5 Working Days
Fast-Track Bookings
Blood Pressure Check
Digital Copy of Scan
CD of Images
Interest Free Credit
Preliminary Online Evaluation (i) prior to your scan, a detailed and thorough medical evaluation will be done online with you including a comprehensive medical history.
Post-Scan Review With GMC & NHS Qualified Doctor (i) following your scan, our doctor will do a consultation with you to correlate and analyze your full-body health insights in a clinical context.

Select your package

  • Body Screening Scan 11 Body Parts
    The Head, Brain, Neck, Carotid arteries, Chest, Upper Abdomen, Lower Abdomen, Pelvis, Cervical spine, Thoracic spine, and Lumbar spine.
  • 5 Working Days MRI Reporting Time
  • Reported by GMC & NHS Qualified Radiologist Doctors (i)
  • You will receive a thorough scan report from a proficient and certified radiologist
  • 60 Blood Tests (i) PCV, RBC, MCV, MCH, MCHC, RDW, WBC, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils, Haemoglobin, Platelet Count, ESR, ALT, AST (SGOT), SGPT, Bilirubin (Direct), Albumin, Globulin, Alkaline Phosphatase, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D (25-OH), Calcium, Adjusted Calcium, Protein Total, Glucose, Hba1c (Glycosylated Haemoglobin), Transferrin, Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL, LDL, Creatinine, Uric Acid, Electrolytes, Urea & Electrolytes, CKD eGFR, Reticulocyte Count, Ferritin, Iron, TIBC, TSH, FT3, FT4, Thyroxine (T4), LH, FSH, PSA, Testosterone, CEA, CA19-9, CRP, IgA, Bone Screen (Blood Only), Serum Folate, GGT, CPK-MB, Folic Acid.
  • 5 Working Days Blood Test Reporting Time
  • Fast-Track Bookings
  • Blood Pressure Check
  • Digital Copy Of Scan
  • CD Of Images
  • Interest Free Credit
  • Preliminary Online Evaluation (i)
  • Prior to your scan, a detailed and thorough medical evaluation will be done online with you including a comprehensive medical history.
  • Post-Scan Review with GMC & NHS Qualified Doctors (i)
  • Following your scan, our doctor will do a consultation with you to correlate and analyze your full-body health insights in a clinical context.

  • Body Screening Scan 8 Body Parts
    The Head, Brain, Neck, Carotid arteries, Chest, Upper Abdomen, Lower Abdomen and Pelvis.
  • 5 Working Days MRI Reporting Time
  • Reported by GMC & NHS Qualified Radiologist Doctors (i)
  • You will receive a thorough scan report from a proficient and certified radiologist
  • 48 Blood Tests (i) PCV, RBC, MCV, MCH, MCHC, RDW, WBC, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils, Haemoglobin, Platelet Count, ESR, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D (25-OH), Calcium, Glucose, Hba1c (Glycosylated Haemoglobin), Transferrin, Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL, LDL, Reticulocyte Count, Ferritin, Iron, TIBC (Iron Binding Capacity), TSH, FT3, FT4, Thyroxine (T4), PSA, Testosterone, CEA, CA19-9, Folic Acid, CRP (C-Reactive Protein), Protein total(blood), Adjusted calcium, Alkaline Phosphatase, Globulin, ALT, AST(SGOT), Bilirubin, Albumin, GGT.
  • 5 Working Days Blood Test Reporting Time
  • Fast-Track Bookings
  • Blood Pressure Check
  • Digital Copy Of Scan
  • CD Of Images
  • Interest Free Credit
  • Preliminary Online Evaluation (i)
  • Prior to your scan, a detailed and thorough medical evaluation will be done online with you including a comprehensive medical history.
  • Post-Scan Review with GMC & NHS Qualified Doctors (i)
  • Following your scan, our doctor will do a consultation with you to correlate and analyze your full-body health insights in a clinical context.

  • Body Screening Scan 8 Body Parts
    The Head, Brain, Neck, Carotid arteries, Chest, Upper Abdomen, Lower Abdomen and Pelvis.
  • 5 Working Days MRI Reporting Time
  • Reported by GMC & NHS Qualified Radiologist Doctors (i)
  • You will receive a thorough scan report from a proficient and certified radiologist
  • 19 Blood Tests (i) RBC, WBC, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Haemoglobin, Platelet Count, ESR, Vitamin B12, Calcium, Glucose, Hba1c (Glycosylated Haemoglobin), Ferritin, Iron, TSH, CRP (C-Reactive Protein), Albumin, ALT, AST(SGOT).
  • 5 Working Days Blood Test Reporting Time
  • Fast-Track Bookings
  • Blood Pressure Check
  • Digital Copy Of Scan
  • CD Of Images
  • Interest Free Credit
  • Preliminary Online Evaluation (i)
  • Prior to your scan, a detailed and thorough medical evaluation will be done online with you including a comprehensive medical history.
  • Post-Scan Review with GMC & NHS Qualified Doctors (i)
  • Following your scan, our doctor will do a consultation with you to correlate and analyze your full-body health insights in a clinical context.

  • Body Screening Scan 8 Body Parts
    The Head, Brain, Neck, Carotid arteries, Chest, Upper Abdomen, Lower Abdomen and Pelvis.
  • 5 Working Days MRI Reporting Time
  • Reported by GMC & NHS Qualified Radiologist Doctors (i)
  • You will receive a thorough scan report from a proficient and certified radiologist
  • 8 Blood Tests (i) Haemoglobin, Platelet Count, Vitamin B12, Calcium, Glucose, Iron, ALT, AST(SGOT).
  • 5 Working Days Blood Test Reporting Time
  • Fast-Track Bookings
  • Blood Pressure Check

  • Body Screening Scan 6 Body Parts
    The Brain, Neck, Chest, Upper Abdomen, Lower Abdomen, and Pelvis.
  • 7 Working Days MRI Reporting Time
  • Reported by GMC & NHS Qualified Radiologist Doctors (i)
  • You will receive a thorough scan report from a proficient and certified radiologist

Booking Your Full-Body MRI Scan

Booking your full-body MRI scan with MRI Plus is easy and hassle-free. You don't need a referral to book a scan with us, and you can choose from our fast-track booking options to get your scan done as quickly as possible. Once you've booked your scan, we'll do a preliminary evaluation online to make sure you're ready for your scan.

During your scan, we'll take detailed images of your entire body using our state-of-the-art MRI machine. After your scan, a GMC-qualified radiologist will carefully review all your scanned images to provide you with accurate results. We'll also provide you with a digital copy of your scan, as well as a CD of your images.

Understanding Your Results

At MRI Plus, we believe that understanding your results is just as important as getting the scan itself. That's why we offer a review session with a GMC and NHS-qualified doctor after your scan.

. During this session, our doctor will go over your results with you and help you understand what they mean for your health. We'll also provide you with guidance on what steps you can take to maintain your health and well-being.

Interest-Free Credit

At MRI Plus, we understand that the cost of full-body MRI scans can be a concern for some people. That's why we offer interest-free credit to help you manage the cost of your scan. Our interest-free credit options are designed to be flexible and affordable, so you can get the scan you need without worrying about the cost.

Take control of your health

Put your mind at ease

Get the reassurance you need with a deep insight into your health and detect possible abnormalities and diseases as early as possible.

No waiting lists

Unlike other healthcare providers you won't be waiting around for months for your scan. An early diagnosis always means a better prognosis.

No GP or specialist referral required

Our team of medical professionals handle the MRI referral for you and will get you seen to as soon as possible.

Follow up consultation and imaging

After you've had your scan you'll receive a copy of your imaging online and have a follow up consultation with a member of our clinical team if necessary.