Spine MRI

Spine MRI scans, including cervical, thoracic and lumbar procedures, can find changes in the spine and surrounding tissues, such as:

  • Spinal alignment
  • Disc height and hydration
  • Vertebral body configuration
  • Appearances of the intervertebral disc (normal, bulging, herniated, dehydrated or degenerated)
  • Spinal canal size, which needs to be able to comfortably accommodate the spinal cord and nerves
  • Spinal cord or nerve root compression
  • Pinched or inflamed nerves
  • Spine abnormalities that may cause pain
  • Normal appearance and positioning of the spine
  • Post-surgery healing or recurrences
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