Massapequa MRI

Massapequa MRI

646 Broadway

Massapequa, NY 11758

P: 516-730-2220

F: 516-730-2221

P: 516-730-2220

F: 516-730-2221


Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Tuesday: 10:30am - 7:00pm

Wednesday: 7:30am - 9:00pm

Thursday: 9:00am - 5:30pm

Friday: 9:30am - 6:00pm

Saturday: 8:30am-5:00pm

Sunday: Closed

Orthopedic MRI

Superior to many other techniques, MRI has proven invaluable for diagnosing many knee, hip, spine and neck conditions, enabling doctors to see musculoskeletal structures that may not be visible by other methods. Orlin & Cohen has American College of Radiology-accredited MRI imaging facilities with the latest technology, including:

  • High-Resolution Short-Bore MRI
  • High-Field Wide and Short-Bore MRIs
  • Open MRI
  • Extremity MRI
  • Seated Extremity MRI
  • Advanced High Field Open MRI

Our MRI machines provide superior image quality for the most accurate diagnosis possible. Orlin & Cohen’s state-of-the-art technology maximizes your comfort, too, with specialized equipment that reduces scan times and covers as little of your body as possible to minimize claustrophobic feelings.

How to Prepare for an MRI

MRI scans involve minimal prep and no fasting. Since MRIs use powerful magnets, you should:

  • Avoid clothing that contains metal, like snaps, buttons, zippers, or other fasteners
  • Remove jewelry, glasses, watches, and hearing aids before the exam
  • Leave coins, keys, credit cards, cell phones, and anything else that is magnetic or may contain metal in one of our secure changing rooms

If you wear a cardiac pacemaker or have metal inside your body, like metal plates, wires, screws, or rods, speak with your doctor about whether an MRI is right for you.

Diagnostic MRI FAQs

How long does an MRI take?

How long an MRI takes can vary, but the average is about a half hour. However, MRIs of certain long bones, contrast-enhanced studies, and arthrograms of certain joints can take approximately one hour.

What does an MRI show?

An MRI enables doctors to see body structures—including bones, soft tissue, muscles, ligaments, and tendons that may not be visible by other methods.

What is an MRI used for?

An MRI has proven valuable for diagnosing many joint, spine, neck, and musculoskeletal disorders.