It uses a large, powerful magnet, radio waves and an advanced computer to take incredibly detailed images of the relevant part of your body.
MRI has become widely used because the pictures are so detailed that the radiologist can see even tiny changes. It helps identify problems in soft tissue in particular – nerves, muscles, ligaments and tendons. MRI scanning is also widely used to investigate the brain, heart, bones, joints, breasts and other organs such as the lungs and the liver. This accuracy helps in the early detection of disease and injury, allowing effective treatment planning.
You may feel concerned about your MRI scan, but we don’t want you to worry. Our highly-experienced team are friendly and approachable, and are here to help and guide you through the diagnostic process.
MAGNETOM Sola 1.5T MRI scanner
The MRI system from Siemens Healthineers combines 1.5T field strength with BioMatrix Technology. BioMatrix technology enables automatic adjustment to patient bio-variability, reducing unwanted variation and the need for rescans while supporting predictable scheduling and consistent, high-quality personalised.
As well as being a state-of-the-art complex MRI scanner with extremely high-quality images and faster scan times, the new Siemens Sola 1.5 T MRI is also shorter and wider, giving patients a more spacious feel.
Its multiple functions allow patients with breathing difficulties or claustrophobia to have their scan in a shorter time while maintaining the same consistently high image quality. The team offer patients mood lighting, music and a feature panel with relaxing cloud scenes, helping to create a calming environment.
This means delivering the highest quality images which provide a high level of diagnostic confidence.
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*The above prices are guide prices only and subject to change at any given time. Diagnostic scans and investigations are not part of the guide price. The guide price indicates the starting price for the treatment.
The cost of treatment will be made clear to you before you proceed with any tests, scans, consultations, or treatment. Please read our terms and conditions. If you have private medical insurance please follow the guidance here.