How Do MRIs Help Doctors Find Boo-boos Inside You?

What's an MRI?

MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. It’s like a super camera!

Super Magnets!

An MRI uses giant magnets to look inside your body without any cuts.

Why Use MRI?

Doctors use MRI to find out where you're hurt or if you're sick inside.

No X-ray Vision Needed!

Unlike X-rays, MRIs don’t use any radiation. It's all magnets and radio waves.

The MRI lets doctors see your bones, muscles, and even your brain!

Inside View!

It helps find boo-boos like broken bones or swollen parts that need to get better.

Finding Boo-boos!

How Does It Feel?

You lie down, stay still, and the machine takes pictures. It’s loud but safe!

What Happens Next?

After the MRI, doctors look at the pictures to see what's going on.

The MRI is quick, and soon you'll be out playing again.