MRI SCAN CERVICAL SPINE

An MRI of the Cervical Spine (neck) can be helpful in diagnosing various conditions of the cartilage and bone structure resulting from injury, disease, or ageing by imaging bones, soft tissue, nerves and disks. The MRI scan can highlight any abnormalities in the spinal canal or spinal cord and assess the spinal disks to determine whether they are bulging, ruptured or pressing on the spinal cord or surrounding nerves.

An MRI of the Cervical Spine can be a suitable way of providing insight for a number of symptoms, such as:

  • Severe or persistent back pain
  • Injury or trauma to the back
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Muscle ache
  • Shooting or stabbing pain
  • Pain that radiates down your arms or legs
  • Pain that worsens with physical exercise

An MRI of the back can be used to detect:

  • bone abnormalities
  • joint disorders
  • vascular disease
  • trapped nerves
  • spinal tumours
  • spinal cord compression
  • fractures
  • Irregular spine alignment
  • sciatica
  • arthritis
  • bulging disks
  • ruptured disks
  • herniated disks
  • tumours – bones / soft tissues

BOOK YOUR CERVICAL SPINE MRI SCAN TODAY

 

We have so many ways you can book, and if you are still unsure, please contact us through Whatsapp, Email, Live chat or Phone

THREE OPTIONS – THREE PRICES

BRONZE

£199for cervical spine

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • Bring a chaperone (family/friend)
  • Bring music of your choice (CD)
  • *Free* Radiologist Report Within 7 days

SILVER

£249for cervical spine

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • Bring a chaperone (family/friend)
  • Bring music of your choice (CD)
  • Sub-Specialist Radiologist Report
    Within 2 working days

    Why do I need a sub-specialist radiologist report?

    A report by a sub-specialist means that the radiologist reporting on your scan is knowledgeable in the body area you are having scanned.

GOLD

£299for cervical spine

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • Bring a chaperone (family/friend)
  • Bring music of your choice (CD)
  • Double Specialist Radiologist Report
    Within 2 working days

    Why do I need a double specialist radiologist report?

    A double report means that your MRI results will be examined by 2 consultant radiologists, who will compile 2 individual reports with their findings. This is especially helpful if you are looking for a second opinion.


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