From the world’s most accurate 3T MRI scans to simple full-body composition analyses, trust us to help you get the heart of all sorts of underlying health issues with utmost privacy, expertise and professionalism.

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We are proud to offer the most comprehensive 3T MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) available.

  • All scans are carried out by our experienced team of radiographers and reported by our Consultant Radiologist.

  • The detailed diagnostic imaging from a 3T MRI scan enables our doctors to make accurate analyses and recommendations for the best treatment for you.

  • All scans are carried out using the most stringent safety protocols following a personal consultation.

Key benefits of our powerful 3T MRI scanner+

  • Shorter examination times

  • Higher resolution detailed images

  • Identification of smaller lesions and anatomical structures that cannot be seen with traditional MRI

  • Highly sophisticated imaging procedures

  • More accurate diagnosis

  • Reduced risk of distortion, eliminating need for repeated scans

  • Aid with claustrophobia; shorter size relieves the sense of confinement associated with traditional MRI scanners
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The main fields of application include

Suitable for the imaging of almost all organs and tissues, an MRI scan can be used to complement other diagnostics like x-rays. The main fields of application include:

  • Head, brain and spinal cord

  • Spine and soft parts of the neck

  • Muscles, ligaments and cartilage

  • Joints

  • Arms and legs

  • Breast

  • Abdominal and pelvic organs

  • Bile and pancreas

  • Kidneys and urinary tract

  • Female pelvic organs

  • Prostate

  • Heart and heart vessels

  • Blood vessels in the head, neck and kidneys

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Detect underlying health factors in just six minutes…

Our simple yet comprehensive full-body scans deliver unparalleled insights into multiple fat and muscle biomarkers, including the critical detection of excess visceral fat around your organs.

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High-frequency diagnoses

Using high-frequency sound waves to scan specific parts of the body, ultrasound scans build an image of muscle and tendon conditions to help diagnose a wide range of conditions and injuries.