If you’ve had previous exams that included special imaging tests (X-ray, CAT scan, bone densitometry, MRI), please be sure to bring these along to your first appointment if you have it. If not, no problem we will take care of that for you.

How can you get a magnetic-resonance image (MRI) in as little as a few days?

Because of the extremely high demand for MRIs in the public healthcare system, getting access to this imaging technology can take as long as two years. And as you wait, your condition worsens.

Thanks to our private partners, we can now help you get an MRI within two weeks.

In addition, we can ease the application process by completing the forms for you once we’ve gathered the necessary information during your initial examination. All you need to do is show up for your imaging appointment a few days later.

You receive a CD the day of your MRI, and the resulting report reaches us within 48 working hours.