MRI imaging is relatively common in the physical therapy world. Countless physical therapists use MRI imaging to help diagnose specific ailments and examine damaged or irritated joints, tissues, bones, and more. However, physical therapists only use MRI imaging in specific situations, leaving many patients wondering when the process is necessary during evaluation.
Fortunately, David L. Curtis, P.T. put together a guide to teach you about MRI imagining and when it’s required to treat medical conditions during the evaluation process.
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