WE ARE PRECISE MRI

OF MICHIGAN

Your Trusted Experts For an MRI

Patients at Precise MRI of Michigan are met with state-of-the art imaging services in a safe, convenient, and family friendly environment. Trust and reliability are what our team prides themselves on, delivering exceptional customer service and earning the confidence of physicians. We have the advanced imaging services available to detect, evaluate both diseases and injuries. Make us part of your health care team today.
  • Open MRI with 70 cm wide bore that allows up to 550 lbs
  • Weight-Bearing Simulation for L-Spine (coming soon)
  • Flexion + Extension for C-Spine (coming soon)
  • NeuroQuant software for quantitative MRI measurement that leads to the most reliable, objective reads (coming soon)
  • Traumatic Brain Injury + Susceptibility Weighted Imaging
  • High-field coils for Targeted Joint Imaging

What is an MRI

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is technology which allows your doctor to have the clearest possible look at your internal anatomy. MRI does not use x-rays or radiation. MRI uses powerful magnetic field and radio waves to provide computerized images, which appear as “slices” of the anatomy, for the radiologist to determine the differences between healthy and abnormal tissue. Your doctor will use this information to help determine the course of your treatment.

WHY CHOOSE US

We are continually investing in the most up-to-date technology, to give your physician the sharpest images while increasing patient comfort and reducing scan times.

Our Gold-Standard

The American College of Radiology (ACR) has accredited our imaging centers in specialties such as computed tomography (CT), interventional breast ultrasound, mammography, medical imaging, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, stereotactic core breast biopsy and ultrasound, among others.

Advanced Technology

Providing the highest level of care possible depends upon expert imaging capabilities. We are continually investing in the most up-to-date technology, to give your physician the sharpest images while increasing patient comfort and reducing scan times.

Exemplary staff

Precise MRI radiologists are board certified, with specialized training and extensive experience. Our radiologic technologists are accredited by the ACR and certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Our sonographers are certified by the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography and our nuclear medicine technologists are certified by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board.

Timely Appointments with Results

We work hard to get you in as soon as possible, Same day appointments if available or most often within a day or two. We will get the results of your test or scan to your physician as soon as possible, usually the same day.

Safe & Effective

Our open MRI machine seamlessly integrates up to 76 coil elements with up to 32 RF channels. It escalates image quality and acquisition speed to a whole new level delivering results to our patients in a timely manner. With Tim’s whole-body coverage, re-positioning for multiple exams is no longer a concern.

Our Promise

We provide results you can rely on keeping privacy as our top priority. Every radiologist maintains board certification with the American College of Radiology allowing us to provide the most accurate imaging services possible. Reports are sent out promptly to clients and physicians alike. Open MRI is presented to you so that you are never claustrophobic.

Questions? Let's Talk!

CALL US NOW TO DISCUSS ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS.
(248) 340-3MRI (3674)

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 9AM to 5PM EST

Scan Days:
Monday & Thursday

Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Message Us!

When you’ve got a question or comment, we want to make it easy for you to get in touch with Precise MRI. We offer two simple ways to do so. If you prefer to contact us via phone,

Call Us:
(248) 340-3MRI (3674)

If email is your preference, complete the form and we’ll get back to you shortly.

E-mail Us:
[email protected]

Located:
27465 Southfield Road, Lathrup Village, MI 48076

In case of medical emergency, call 911 immediately.

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