The health and safety of our patients and staff is always our top priority. In order to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and maintain a clean, safe environment at Stand Up MRI, we are asking that all patients who have been exposed to COVID-19 or who currently have ANY symptoms of respiratory illness (fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat) do not come to our facilities at this time. This includes those who may have recently traveled to an area with wide spread COVID-19 and/or that have been in contact with someone who has tested positive. Additionally, we recommend that all patients 65 years and older contact their doctor and discuss whether or not their scheduled imaging test can be rescheduled for a later date. If your imaging test must be done now, please be assured that we will do our best to provide a safe environment and adhere to the strictest CDC guidelines.
Opened in July of 2020, this facility is equipped with a Lumina, Open-Bore 3.0T MRI, a product of Siemens. This extraordinary MRI scanner features a 70 cm open-bore patient aperture, thin-slice images, high spatial resolution, fast scans, and a host of advanced applications.
A second MRI, The Stand-Up® MRI, a product of FONAR Corporation, will be installed in 2021. The unique physical configuration of the 0.6T Stand-Up® MRI makes it both the world’s most Patient-Friendly™ MRI and the only MRI that can scan patients in any position, including weight-bearing positions, which allows it to detect certain problems that would be underestimated or completely missed by any other type of MRI.
The Lumina Open-Bore 3.0T MRI and the Stand-Up® MRI complement one another perfectly, providing patients with the “Best of Both MRI Worlds.”
- Two MRIs on Site:
- The Stand-Up® MRI
No “Tube,” No “Tunnel”
- 3.0T Open-Bore, High-Speed, High-Resolution
- Q: What determines which MRI should be used?
A: The patients' problems, conditions and preferences
Benefits of Stand-Up® / UPRIGHT® MRI
- Not Just for Claustrophobic Patients
- Bed Rotates from Recumbent to Upright
- Weight-Bearing, Flexion & Extension Spine Studies
A Note to Physicians: if you need a username and password, please contact your local Stand-Up MRI representative.