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... i was with Kaiser for 10 years but the only time I tried to use it, after 5 minute meeting the doctor, I was told anything to do with my hip would not be covered. The pain had started about 8 years into my membership. ... (8 replies)
... how much does it cost to have an MRI done on a knee (5 replies)
... for the MRI on my knee. ... (1 replies)

Shattered knee?
Oct 14, 2010
... extending can do a lot of damage but in a weird way....it kind of stretches and pulls everything and that takes a lot of time to heal. It's what they call a soft tissue injury. ... (12 replies)
... Welcome to the boards. ... (7 replies)
... I would never do a partial knee replacement because you will have to replace it again with a full knee. It just cost more for your insurance and causes you to have a second surgery. ... (8 replies)
... i do not have insurance i would like to be put on an payment plane im in bad pain with my right knee and at this time i do not have any cash all at once for the MRI can any one help me in finding a place where i can get my MRI for my right knee where i will be put on a payment plane. ... (8 replies)
... the cost can vary so much. ... (8 replies)
... If so the cost will depend on what type of insurance you have, your deductible and what other medical expenses you've had this year. ... (5 replies)
... I've never heard of the stripmall storefront MRI places...but honestly could not imagine having any kind of medical test, especially one as technical as an MRI, not done in a hospital or doctor's office. ... (5 replies)
... These new storefront MRI places like in nicer strip malls seem to have good prices (as well as good discount promotions). I had a VERY nice place look at my knee and they charged a decent price (although insurance covered it no matter what). If I need another one, I'm headed there again. (5 replies)
... I am thinking if you went to a good Orthopedic doctor he can diagnose with out an MRI. ... (8 replies)
... I could no longer tolerate cortisone, and all I could do is wear my knee brace for pain control. ... (7 replies)
... MRI's are pretty accurate, the technology gets better everyday. Alot of it depends on what hospital you go to. You want to go to a hospital that has updated equipment, and is part of a larger medical center if posible. ... (14 replies)
... I am a business owner with no insurance so I usually pay for everything upfront. I am signed up with this medical program to give us discounts but it is limited. ... (8 replies)
... the ortho surgeon insisted on MRI before my first consult with him. i was told by his appointment people to walk into my appointment with "films in hand" or they would have to reschedule. then when i saw the surgeon, he never even took them out of the envelope ! ... (8 replies)
... The problem is that I don't think you can walk in off the street and 'buy' one, I believe you will need a doctor to refer one for you. If you see a regular doctor, they may be able to order one, but I think a general practitioner will want to refer you to an orthopedic doctor first. ... (8 replies)
... Every lab has its own fee. Whether you have insurance or not, your best bet is to shop around. You can sometimes talk with billing people and negotiate it downward in advance... ... (5 replies)
... Got in to see 2 OS... ... (5 replies)
... lateral and half that for one leg.....Needless to say, without a job there is no way I can afford that so my Ortho Dr. ... (6 replies)




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