MRI scans serve as a powerful diagnostic tool for identifying abnormalities inside the body without the need for invasive biopsy surgeries.
This can help diagnose soft tissue diseases, find the source of pain or inflammation, and identify abnormal tissue or tumour growth.
In a typical MRI scan, only one specific area or part of the body is scanned.
A full-body MRI scan can check for up to 362 potential conditions, making it a powerful preventative check of your overall health.
A full-body scan includes all the important organs and structures of the body. These are areas that are the most complex and are the areas that are most prone to disease, abnormal growth, or degeneration.
Brain (including MRA of blood vessels)
Neck blood vessels (MRA of Carotid arteries)
Chest (not including heart or lungs)
Abdomen (including overview of liver, kidneys, spleen, pancreas, gallbladder)
Pelvis (Female: includes uterus, ovaries and urinary bladder, Male: includes prostate and urinary bladder)
Preventative health check-up that provides an insight into your overall wellbeing for early identification of potential health issues.
Check for up to 362 potential conditions
Multiple body parts scanned
Preventative overall health check
No GP referral required
Diagnostic check on a single body part for the identification of a single potential health issue.
Investigates specific side effects
One body part scanned
Specific diagnostic check
No GP referral required
Get the reassurance you need with a deep insight into your health and detect possible abnormalities and diseases as early as possible.
Unlike the NHS you won’t be waiting around for months for your scan. An early diagnosis always means a better prognosis.
Our team of medical professionals handle the MRI referral for you and will get you seen to as soon as possible.
After you've had your scan you'll receive a copy of your imaging online and have a follow up consultation with a member of our clinical team if necessary.
It's important to note the difference between a full body scan and a single part body scan.
A single part body scan is ideal for helping diagnose a particular health issue in a single body part.
On the other hand, a full body scan is a preventative tool that is used to get a general insight into your body's overall health.
If you unsure about needing a full body scan, don’t hesitate to contact us.
No referral is required to book a private full body MRI scan scan with us.
One of the benefits of booking through our service is that you will have a remote consultation online with our medical team, who will carry out the referral assessment and arrange your scan with a clinic directly.
A member of our medical team will give you a call to discuss your scan results and what you need to do next.
In some cases, you may be directed to your GP. If so, we’ll provide you with everything you need for the follow-up consultation.
Take a look at our booking guide for further information on how it works.
If you wish to cancel your scan, there will be a £50 fee for the administration work already included in your referral.
Failure to give 48 hours notice of your appointment time will result in no refund of fees.
Please view our Terms and Conditions for further information.
If you have any further queries don’t hesitate to contact our team.
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