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What Is An Mri Scan?

You’ve just been in for a visit to your doctor and he’s ordered an MRI. It’s likely that you have heard of MRIs before, but you might have questions as to what is involved. Will it hurt? How much radiation will I be exposed to? A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a painless test that gives doctors images of the soft tissues, organs, and bones of your body by using a strong magnetic field, radio frequency pules, and computer technology. MRIs do not provide the same type of radiation that x-rays do.

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Back And Neck Injuries After A Car Accident

According to the National Safety Council, 4.6 million people were seriously injured in car accidents in 2016. While some injuries can be minor and heal relatively quickly, other injuries, even following minor auto accidents, can cause severe injuries.

What Is Your Back Pain Telling You

The typical person sits for over 8 hours per day. On top of this, many people rarely take a break from sitting during the day—getting up only to attend meetings or eat lunch.