Frequently Asked

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About The Process

How can I schedule a simonONE appointment?

To schedule an appointment with simonONE, you can call
877-653-3558 and speak with one of our scheduling representatives. You can also schedule via our chatbot:

Are there any age restrictions?

simonONE services are best suited for those who are 18 years and older.

How do I obtain my results?

After a Neuroradiologist and a Body Imaging Radiologist have reviewed your images, a simonONE advanced practice provider will discuss your results with you via virtual consultation.  After that, your results will be housed within our patient portal where you can review them at any time at your own convenience.

Where are you located?

All of our simonONE locations are listed here:

Can someone with past medical issues get a simonONE scan?

Yes. Because MRI machines do not use radiation, they are safe for those who have had past medical issues.

However, there are some patients that will not be suited for this technology. Because MRI machines utilize strong magnets they are not suitable for patients with the following:

  • Implanted pacemakers
  • Intracranial aneurysm clips
  • Cochlear implants
  • Certain prosthetic devices
  • Implanted drug infusion pumps
  • Neurostimulators
  • Bone-growth stimulators
  • Certain intrauterine contraceptive devices;
  • Any other type of iron-based metal implants.
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About The Scan

All results will be read by two separate board-certified radiologists that specialize in specific areas of your individual scans.  A simonONE advanced practice provider will discuss any findings discovered by our physicians and the recommended preventative care plan.

Our simonONE Body offering scans you from your head through your pelvis to cover all major organs and over 100 body structures to help detect signs of early-stage diseases and abnormalities.

Our simonONE Body Plus covers the same areas, while adding on NeuroQuant and MRA of the Head and Neck.  Additionally, men will receive prostate cancer screening, and women will receive a comprehensive screening of the female reproductive organs.

Imaging of upper and lower extremities are not performed.

simonONE scans look for:

  • Malignant neoplasms that could be indicative of tumors and early stage cancers
  • Blood clots, aneurysms and other related abnormalities*
  • Brain changes associated with risk of Alzheimer’s*
  • Signs of stroke development
  • Liver scarring and fatty liver diseases

*Available with our Body PLUS scan

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About The Cost

No, because this is an elective procedure, it is not covered by insurance. However, the average cost of an MRI is around $2500.

Yes, we are both HSA and FSA approved.

You can view our current offerings to understand what is covered under each examination tier.