MAPS Medical Reporting can provide access to a comprehensive range of medical investigations. These include X-rays, MRI scans, computerised tomography (CT) scans, ultrasound scans, and nerve conduction studies.
X-rays use radiation waves to produce images of the inside of the body and can detect issues with bones and other health conditions such as lung-related and orthopaedic problems. Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, is a tool used to diagnose many neurological and musculoskeletal health conditions.
Similarly, CT scans produce in-depth images to help the diagnosis of conditions concerning bones, internal organs, blood flow problems, strokes and cancer. Ultrasound scans use high-frequency sound waves to create pictures of the inside of the body, which can be useful when assessing the condition of muscles, tendons, the heart or uterus. Nerve conduction tests use electrical impulses to assess how well your nerves carry electrical signals and can be used to assess neurological damage. We will work with you and your client to determine which of these medical tests is needed for your medical investigation.
Why is a medical investigation useful?
Carrying out these types of medical investigations to a high standard can prove crucial when presenting evidence to the court during a claim. By choosing MAPS to handle your medical investigations and medical tests, you are guaranteed an accurate service delivered within a short time-frame. Our knowledgeable team is highly experienced in arranging all kinds of medical appointments and medical tests, based on years of experience working in the personal injury and medical negligence fields.
MAPS offers a single point of access to the experts who conduct the medical tests and investigations you need to help in the diagnosis of your client’s condition and/or injuries. All of our medical investigations are priced competitively and can be paid for via one of our sustainable fee structures. To find out more about our medical investigations services, please contact our team.