No Worry, 10/30/2020
The people at DMI are very nice and kind. I love the stand-up position - no worry!
April was welcoming and friendly. Doreen, the MRI Technician was warm and efficient, she explained everything. The best part is that I didn’t have to lie in the tube. I also got to watch TV, so the time passed quickly.
Everyone at the Front Desk and the MRI technician was friendly. If you are claustrophobic, the open MRI is a much more comfortable experience.
Amazing! April and Doreen are amazing! After trying to take an open MRI of my brain last week, my anxiety wouldn’t let me. This MRI machine caused no anxiety at all - thank you so much!!!
Sincerely Recommend, 10/29/2020
My overall experience was a 10! Especially how the MRI Technician went about doing the exam. I would sincerely recommend anyone - other patients to DMI!
Perfect Experience, 10/29/2020
The staff at the front desk was friendly and the MRI Technician was great. My overall experience was perfect! Patients should come to DMI because not being in the tube is one reason and they are very professional and concerning. I have recommended a friend and she was very happy.
I am claustrophobic, so other MRIs cause me anxiety. This MRI was anxiety-free and did not trigger my claustrophobia. I would recommend this to everyone.
Our staff consists of experienced professionals, including board certified radiologists to interpret your test results. Our team of specialists and technicians will ensure that your tests are carried out with utmost care and precision.
The DMI facility contains the latest, most advanced medical imaging technology available, designed to provide you and your physicians with the most accurate results. We offer a full range of tests. We also have ultrasound, and digital x-rays.
People dread MRI tests because of the claustrophobic nature of the chamber. See why, thanks to the latest medical technology, DMI can offer comfortable, upright MRIs for every patient.
3D MRI Rendering is the creation of a 3 dimensional digital model from standardized MRI study.
An X-ray is the oldest, most common method of medical imaging in use today. X-rays use high energy electromagnetic radiation to create an image of the inside of the body.
An ultrasound, or Diagnostic Medical Sonography, is a type of imaging that uses high frequency sound waves to create a picture of the internal organs.