NEW ALBANY, Ohio – OrthoAlliance (OA) – an Ohio-based management services organization – is pleased to announce that Joseph Antinone, PT has been named Regional Director of Therapy- Central Ohio. Antinone, an Ohio native, has worked as a physical therapist...
Get to a Faster Diagnosis with MRI Services
With OrthoAlliance, we offer MRI services at convenient locations at many of our practices — that includes our own OrthoAlliance New Albany location.
Our friendly and capable staff in conjunction with our state of the art imaging facility provides a comfortable MRI imaging experience for your individual orthopedic needs to get a faster diagnosis, which means a faster treatment plan, and getting back faster to a better quality of life.
With OrthoAlliance, you’re connected to our integrated orthopedic network with comprehensive, efficient, and patient-centric care. That includes Central Ohio-area practices with more than 50 orthopedic and musculoskeletal specialists as well as 180+ physicians in more than a dozen orthopedic practices across Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.
Preparing for Your MRI
You may eat normally and go about your daily routine. Continue to take any medications prescribed by your doctor unless otherwise directed.
Wear metal free, loose-fitting cotton, or linen clothing. You may be asked to change into a gown or paper shorts if necessary. Avoid wearing wicking material like Lululemon, Dri-Fit, etc. and copper-lined clothing.
If you currently work with metal, grinding, or welding, additional orbit x-rays may be required prior to obtaining your MRI.
OrthoAlliance is not responsible for any lost or damaged items. If possible, please leave personal items at home. We will have you lock all personal items in a locker.
Because of the potential harmful effects associated with metallic objects in a magnetic field, some previous surgeries and/or metal implants are NOT MRI safe. Prior to arriving for your MRI, please call the MRI department if you have any implants anywhere in your body.
Only the patient is permitted in the scan room unless other arrangements are made with the MRI department prior to the scan. If you have small children, you must make arrangements for them to be supervised by an adult while you are having the MRI.
Pregnancy: If you are pregnant, please notify the MRI department immediately.
In case of an emergency, call 911. If any questions that are not urgent, please call during normal business hours (614) 763-2552. If not an emergency and unable to wait until the next business day, please call (614) 763-2552.
NEW ALBANY, Ohio – OrthoAlliance (OA) – an Ohio-based management services organization – is expanding patient access to orthopedic care in Central Ohio with the opening of its first MRI facility in New Albany. The 1,500-square-foot MRI facility has the...
Central Ohio Primary Care and OrthoAlliance Collaborate to Bring Advanced Orthopedic Healthcare to Central Ohio
Healthcare companies form a value-based arrangement to transform orthopedic care in central Ohio WESTERVILLE, Ohio – Central Ohio Primary Care (COPC), the largest independent primary care provider in the United States, and OrthoAlliance, a partnership of...