Body parts

Find a private MRI near you for any of these body parts.

Abdomen

The abdomen is the part of the body between the thorax (chest) and pelvis. An MRI is used to examine blood flow, diagnose unexplained pain and examine lymph nodes.

Abdomen

Ankle

An ankle MRI is often used to determine if a sprain has caused ligament damage but it can also detect damage to tendons and cartilage.

Ankle

Brain

A Brain MRI can be used to detect bleeding, inflammation, infection and abnormal growths. This information can be used to diagnose diseases like stroke, cancer, dementia, migraines, etc.

Brain

Breast

A Breast MRI is often used in addition to a mammogram to further evaluate breast cancer, it provides more detail than a mammogram.

Breast

Chest/Thorax

A chest MRI is used to assess disease or infection in the heart, the lymph system, chest wall, chest cavity and chest bones. CT scan is often preferred for the lungs.

Chest/Thorax

Elbow

An elbow MRI is used to examine the bones, nerves and soft tissue surrounding the elbow. It can be used to assess fractures, dislocations and soft tissue injuries like tennis elbow.

Elbow

Face

Facial MRI offers precise imaging of facial features, aiding in diagnosing issues such as tumors, fractures, and sinus problems, guiding effective treatment strategies.

Face

Foot

A foot MRI provides a detailed picture of a complex area. It can help diagnose bone fractures, tendon tears, gout, inflammation and infection.

Foot

Forearm

Forearm MRI delivers detailed scans of bones, muscles, and tendons, aiding in diagnosing fractures, ligament tears, and nerve issues, guiding tailored treatment approaches.

Forearm

Gallbladder, bile ducts, and pancreas (MRCP)

MRCP or Magnetic Resonance Cholangiopancreatography is a specific type of MRI used to detect cysts, cancer, gall and bile stones, blocked ducts and inflammation.

Gallbladder, bile ducts, and pancreas (MRCP)

Hand and fingers

MRI or the hand and fingers is used to help assess bones and soft tissue to diagnose issues like tendon and ligament tears, arthritis, cysts and tumors.

Hand and fingers

Hip

Hip pain can derive from various different bone and soft tissue issues and MRI can help identify the cause of pain. Arthrogram, a specific type of MRI, can be used to diagnose a labrum tear.

Hip

IAC (Internal Auditory Canal)

An IAC MRI is used to asses the auditory and facial nerves and the inner ear structures such as the cochlea and semi-circular canals.

IAC (Internal Auditory Canal)

Knee

A knee MRI is frequently used to diagnose cartilage damage, like a torn meniscus, or ligament damage. It can also help diagnose arthritis, infections and tumors.

Knee

Lower Leg

Lower leg MRI pinpoints bone, muscle, and nerve issues like stress fractures and shin splints, guiding tailored treatment for accurate recovery plans.

Lower Leg

Lower back (Lumbar spine)

A lower back or lumbar Spine MRI creates a detailed picture of bones, disks, nerves and the soft tissue in between. It can help diagnose injury-related damage, infection and disease.

Lower back (Lumbar spine)

Neck (Cervical Spine)

A neck or cervical spine MRI is used to help diagnose bulging or herniated disks, tumours, anyresums or other abnormalities in the bone or soft tissue surrounding them. 

Neck (Cervical Spine)

Pelvis

A pelvic MRI is used to diagnose identified pain and issues with urination and defecation. For females, it’s also used to investigate unusual vaginal bleeding, infertility and lumps or masses.

Pelvis

Shoulder

A shoulder MRI is used to diagnose unexplained pain, masses or results from other scans. It can detect torn cartilage, ligaments and tendons, bone tumours, arthritis and infection.

Shoulder

Small Intestine (Enterography)

Enterography or MR Enterogrpahy is specifically used to identify bleeding, inflammation, tears and blockages in the small intestine.

Small Intestine (Enterography)

Thigh

Thigh MRI provides detailed images of muscles, tendons, and joints, aiding in diagnosing injuries like strains, tears, and inflammation, guiding targeted treatment.

Thigh

Thoracic Spine

A thoracic spine MRI can detect fractures, inflammation, infection, herniated discs, tumours and spinal cord damage.

Thoracic Spine

Upper arm

Upper arm MRI unveils intricate details of muscles, tendons, and joints, crucial for diagnosing elusive conditions like frozen shoulders.

Upper arm

Wrist

A wrist MRI can help identify nerve compression, fractures, ligament and tendon tears, arthritis and blood supply issues.

Wrist