bring your team
to see the future

We invite you and your staff
to visit our office and see first hand
what the multiposition MRI
can offer you and your patients.

Give us a half hour of your time
and we will give you a
lite lunch, chair massage and a
demonstration scan.

Make an appointment to be spoiled
Phone: (510) 259-1555



Remarkable how clear your scans were to read. Thank you for your courtesy and excellent work. We will never forget you.

Dr. D. Todd



a new way of looking at things

MRI is the optimal tool to reveal musculoskeletal disease but traditional MRI scanners have a significant limitation. Recumbent, "lie down" scanners are performed with the patient in a horizontal, non-weight bearing position and do not expose the pathology that causes pain.

The Advantage of Multiposition MRI
Multiposition MRI has an advantage over conventional scanners that allow us to more accurately evaluate human anatomy through weight-bearing studies.

Weight bearing studies often expose critical information that leads to a more accurate diagnosis and better patient management.

Multipositional technology and our Radiologist help you determine whether a particular finding is actually relevant to the specific symptoms being evaluated and thus a more effective treatment.

Optimal Patient Positioning
The revolutionary design of the Open Stand up MRI allows all parts of the body, particularly the spine and joints, to be imaged in the weight bearing state. The system is equipped with a unique motorized patient handling system.

Our system moves the patient into the magnet and places the anatomy of interest into the center of the magnet gap. It also can rotate the vertically-oriented patient into a horizontal position so the patient can be scanned lying down just like in the traditional MRI.

This makes Open Stand Up MRI the only system in the world where you can actually watch TV during the imaging procedure.

Come and See for Yourself
We invite you to come in and see for yourself how we can benefit your patient and your practice with multiposition MRI.