Spinal MRI reviews available at Laser Spine Institute’s state-of-the-art Tampa surgery center
At Laser Spine Institute we understand that living with neck or back pain can drastically impact your overall ability to enjoy the things and people you love. For this reason, we are dedicated to helping as many patients as possible through our minimally invasive alternatives to traditional surgery. Through our streamlined patient experience, our goal is to make every aspect of your experience seamless and comfortable. In order to best determine candidacy for our minimally invasive procedures, our skilled doctors and medical staff will review the most recent copy of your MRI or CT scan. In order to best serve our patients, Laser Spine Institute offers this review in three different ways:
The most common type of MRI review performed at Laser Spine Institute is completed over the phone by our skilled and caring Patient Empowerment Consultants. Because 60 percent of our patients choose to travel to visit us, we are dedicated to making sure each interaction we have is intentional and efficient. Our Patient Empowerment Consultants are your main point of contact through the initial candidacy step of our streamlined patient experience. They will obtain a copy of your MRI or CT scan and deliver it to our skilled medical staff for review. Once your report has been reviewed, your Patient Empowerment Consultant will follow up with you to explain your conditions and potential candidacy.
For our patients that live within a drivable distance to a Laser Spine Institute regional center, an initial live consultation is recommended as the first step in determining candidacy. During this consultation, the patient will sit with one of our physicians to review their images, conditions and symptoms.
Our patients travel from all areas of the United States to visit us. Because of this, Laser Spine Institute offers seminars in many cities and towns across the United States for patients to learn more about out streamlined patient experience and minimally invasive procedures. During these seminars, patients are able to sit with a physician to review their most recent MRI and discuss potential candidacy.