• The way to a better quality of life
    Improved incontinence diagnostics in upright MRI.

How the pelvic floor is examined in an MRI today!

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Put an end to the suffering once and for all

An end to suffering.

Incontinence, also known as bladder and intestinal weakness as well as recurrent inflammations, urinary tract depression and pain are a taboo subject within society, yet more than 9 million people in the UK suffer from these symptoms.

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Taking away fear and insecurity.

There are a number of different forms of pelvic instability which can have very different causes. But what all those affected have in common is the fear and insecurity that the disorder brings with it.

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Better diagnosis through natural positions

Seeing the problem through the right set of eyes. Pelvic floor diagnosis in the Truly Open MRI.

The actual cause of pelvic instability has not yet been located exactly? This is true in most cases. The upright MRI now offers completely new examination results especially in the field of pelvic diagnostics.

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  • "I've been through a lot. After the examination in the seated MRI, the doctors were finally able to find the best therapy for me. No one had been able to do that before."
  • "The illness is bad enough. The feeling of shame, too. They did everything in their power to conduct the investigation discreetly and in a pleasant atmosphere."
  • "Giving birth three times has severely affected my pelvic floor. Thanks to the MRI examination and subsequent therapy, I can now live with my condition much better."
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Increased chances for a better quality of life

Natural position

In a tunnel MRI system, you can only be examined while lying down. This is often not particularly advantageous when conducting a thorough examination of the pelvic floor.

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