MRI Services


MRI Services at One Step Diagnostic

Our MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) service offers a breakthrough in medical imaging, allowing for detailed visualization of internal structures without invasive procedures.

How our MRI Works

Our MRI technology uses a powerful magnetic field and radio waves to capture high-resolution images of organs, soft tissues, and bones. These precise images enable our expert medical team to diagnose various conditions, from neurological disorders to joint injuries. Focusing on patient comfort and safety, our compassionate staff guides you through the entire process, ensuring a stress-free experience.

Your Trusted MRI Experts

Whether you require a routine scan or a complex evaluation, our MRI service is designed to provide accurate and valuable insights to aid your treatment and improve your overall health and well-being.

Why Choose One Step Diagnostic for Your MRI Test?

Advanced Technology

Our facility houses MRI that delivers unparalleled image clarity, ensuring our medical experts can make precise and accurate diagnoses. The equipment enables us to visualize intricate details of your internal structures, leading to more effective treatment plans and better healthcare outcomes.

Experienced Medical Team

Our facility boasts a team of highly skilled and experienced medical professionals specializing in MRI diagnostics. With their expertise and in-depth knowledge, you can trust that your MRI will be interpreted accurately and with attention to detail. Our staff is dedicated to providing compassionate care, ensuring you feel comfortable and supported.

Timely Results

We understand the importance of timely results in healthcare decision-making. Our efficient MRI services are designed to deliver prompt reports, allowing you and your referring healthcare provider to take immediate action if necessary. Count on us to provide fast and reliable results, helping you take the next steps toward improved health and well-being.

How to Prepare for Your MRI

To ensure the best results from your MRI, proper preparation is essential. In this guide, we’ll provide you with comprehensive steps to help you prepare for your MRI, making the process comfortable and effective.

Before The MRI

Consultation and Medical History

  • Discuss your medical history, including any implants, allergies, or past surgeries, with your doctor before scheduling the MRI.
  • Inform your doctor if you’re pregnant, as MRI scans are generally avoided during pregnancy unless deemed necessary.

Clothing and Accessories

  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing without metal components. Some facilities might provide gowns for the procedure.
  • Remove jewelry, watches, hairpins, and any other metal items to avoid interference with the MRI’s magnetic field.

Allergies and Contrast Dye

  • If contrast dye is required for your MRI, inform your doctor about any allergies, particularly those related to gadolinium-based contrast agents.
  • Your doctor might prescribe medications to minimize potential allergic reactions.

Day of the MRI

Food and Drink

  • Follow any dietary instructions provided by your doctor or the MRI facility, especially if you’re having an abdominal or pelvic MRI.
  • Some MRI scans might require fasting for a specific duration before the procedure.


  • Consult your doctor about taking regular medications on the day of the MRI. Certain medications might need to be adjusted or temporarily stopped.

Anxiety and Claustrophobia

  • If you’re anxious or claustrophobic, inform your doctor before the procedure. They might offer relaxation techniques or, in some cases, mild sedation.

During the MRI

Arrival and Timing

  • Arrive at the MRI facility on time to complete any necessary paperwork and discuss any last-minute concerns with the staff.

Clothing Change

  • Depending on the area being scanned, you might need to change into a hospital gown provided by the facility.

Stay Still and Relaxed

  • Follow the instructions given by the MRI technologist carefully. Remaining still during the scan ensures clear and accurate images.
  • If you’re uncomfortable, you can communicate with the technologist through an intercom system.

After the MRI

Resuming Normal Activities

  • After the MRI, you can generally resume your regular activities and diet unless told otherwise by your doctor or the technologist.
  • Contrast dye used in some MRI scans usually doesn’t require any special precautions afterward.

Consultation and Results

  • Your doctor will review the MRI images and provide you with the results. Discuss any concerns or questions you have during your follow-up appointment.

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