MRI SCAN ARM

We can scan your arms, elbows, wrists, hands and fingers.

An MRI of the joints in your arm can be a suitable way of providing insight for a number of symptoms, such as:

  • Severe or persistent joint pain
  • Pain that worsens with physical exercise
  • Weakness or limited movement of joints
  • Swollen joints
  • Injury or trauma to joints

An MRI can be used to detect:

  • degenerative joint diseases, such as arthritis
  • damage to bones
  • damage to cartilage
  • damage to tendons, such as tendonitis
  • bone fractures
  • infections or tumours

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS ? WE’RE HERE FOR YOU

CHOOSE YOUR MRI PACKAGE

BRONZE

£199for one joint

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • CD of MRI images can be provided for an additional £25
  • Radiologist Report Within 7 days

SILVER

£299for one joint

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • CD of MRI images straight after your scan
  • 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

£349for one joint

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • CD of MRI images straight after your scan
  • 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.

PLATINUM

£399for one joint

  • Same-day MRI appointment
    (subject to availability)
  • CD of MRI images straight after your scan
  • Sub-Specialist Radiologist Report
    Within 2 working days
  • Virtual Review with Private GP/Specialist

    Why would I benefit from a virtual review from a GP/Specialist?

    This is especially helpful if you are unable to make an appointment with your regular health service or are simply looking for an opportunity to discuss your results. The GP or specialist is subject to availability – please speak to our clinics directly for more information