MRI SCAN PELVIS & HIP

An MRI of the pelvis or hips 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
  • dislocation
  • damage to bones
  • damage to cartilage
  • damage to tendons, such as tendonitis
  • ligament tears
  • bone fractures
  • infections or tumours

STILL HAVE QUESTIONS ? WE’RE HERE FOR YOU

THREE OPTIONS – THREE PRICES

BRONZE

£199for hip/pelvis

  • 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 hip/pelvis

  • 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 hip/pelvis

  • 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.