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An MRI, which means magnetic resonance imaging,  gives us extremely detailed images. The MRI works without radiation to produce cross-sectional images of your bones, joints, soft tissues, spine and brain. 

The machine creates a magnetic field around you and then pulses radio waves to the area of our body to be pictured. A computer records the vibrations and translates that data into a detailed picture. There is no pain with this procedure, but the machine can be noisy.