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Request a Free MRI Review From Our Spine Specialists

A second opinion can be helpful after the first diagnosis. But it can be especially important when treatment options like surgery are recommended. Asking questions and gathering as much information about a diagnosis should be your priority as a patient. Keep in mind that radiologists are also human and are bound to mistakes. Obtaining a second opinion can make a world of difference in your diagnosis and treatment.

Here are more reasons why you should seek a second opinion:

Reason 1: Protect Yourself From Misdiagnosis

One of the main reasons why you should seek a second opinion is to obtain an accurate, thorough and conclusive MRI diagnosis. Approximately 12 million people are misdiagnosed in the U.S. every year. Even the most seasoned radiologists are bound to make a mistake. So it’s only right to have your results reviewed by a fresh pair of eyes.

Reason 2: Your Diagnosis Is Not Final

Diagnosis is a long and complicated process. Many spine conditions share symptoms, which can make it difficult to arrive at a conclusive diagnosis. For instance, it can be difficult to determine whether one has spinal stenosis or disc degeneration. By seeking a second opinion, you can protect yourself from misdiagnosis.

Reason 3: There Are Many Suitable Treatments

For most spinal conditions, there are numerous ideal treatment options. For certain patients, physical therapy and lifestyle modifications may be appropriate. For others, medication and surgery may be needed. A second opinion helps you decide the best type of treatment for your particular condition.

Contact OLSS for a Free MRI Review Today!

Second opinions are the best way to learn about your diagnosis and treatment options. It’s important to ensure that you seek a second opinion from a physician with broad experience and expertise. Dr. Katzman and the team at OLSS are among the most highly-qualified in the field of orthopedic and spine surgery.

Rest assured that your second opinion will be both accurate and definitive. Claim your free MRI review from OLSS today.