MRI Explained

Magnetic resonance imaging otherwise known as an MRI is a safe and painless test that uses a magnetic field and radio waves to produce detailed pictures of the body. These images are then used to detect a variety of conditions, including problems of the brain, skeleton, chest, and abdomen.

The advanced imaging specialists at Florida Hospital Waterman and their Board Certified Radiologists use only the latest diagnostic technology to help their patients. Dr. Marc Siegel, Diagnostic Radiologist at the The Center For Medical Imaging, explains MRI technology and how it is used.