American Dynamic Imaging (ADI) is the premier North Texas Upright Open MRI. ADI is known for the ability to scan a patient in a sitting, standing or bending in a flexion or extension position. This provides pictures of pathology that are unobtainable using any other traditional MRI - “weight-bearing images” help physicians make more accurate diagnoses.
At ADI, we are “provider friendly” and “patient friendly." With case studies to substantiate the weight bearing aspect of our scans, the benefit is invaluable when providing insurance companies with the information necessary to establish explanation of treatment. The radiology report is faxed to your office within 24 hours of the patient's scan and the film or a disc can be sent with the patient or delivered to the provider's office upon request. We accept electronic referrals; we can provide your office with a pad of referral forms or you can print the form from our website.
While comfort is a major reason why the Upright Open MRI is such an important technological breakthrough, the other is the superb quality of the images along with the ability to perform Position Imaging. Many patients who are unable to be scanned in the traditional tube MRI scanners can now be scanned in the Upright Open scanner. These include those that are claustrophobic, anyone wishing to avoid sedation, those in severe pain or have medical issues that prevents patient from lying down. Our scanner is also able to accommodate large patients – ADI is rated for patients up to 500 pounds, dependent upon patient's body type.
We strive to provide compassionate care to each patient. Customer service is also important. Our office hours are 8 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday, with evening and weekend appointments available upon request. We offer payment plans and we are In-Network with Major Insurance Carriers and offer assistance with acquiring insurance authorizations. We accept Workers' Comp and LOP's and will reduce rates for cash payment when paid in full at time of service.
Gas cards are given to patients traveling long distances.
To request information or a visit from an American Dynamic Imaging Representative, please contact the American Dynamic Imaging Center in your area.