Most of the people reading this right now have probably experienced some form of back or neck pain at least once in their lives. And unfortunately there's a good chance you will experience it again sometime. Hopefully the pain you had was minor and got better quickly (although at the time it probably didn't feel "minor"), but sometimes the problem is more severe and you may need to see a doctor for help. In these situations, your doctor will most likely send you to get a MRI so he can determine exactly what is causing your back or neck pain.
Most people have heard of MRI's and know they are used as a tool for diagnosing injuries in the spine or other areas of your body. But most people also don't know much else about them, such as what they are exactly, or how they work. Read on to learn all about them:Read More