About Bayside Standing MRI

Why use Bayside Standing MRI?
  • Your GP, specialist or registered health care practitioner can refer you directly to us or you can come to our centre without a referral, potentially speeding up your assessment by several weeks. See our referrals page for more information.
  • Our standard hours are between 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 4pm on Saturdays. However, if you’re suffering from acute pain and need immediate attention, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Phone 0417 160 912 for after hours service.
  • Using Bayside Standing MRI will typically cost you no more out of pocket overall for a similar type of scan procedure than using a Medicare-funded MRI service . Go to the medical expenses page for further information.
  • As you’ll see from the photos on this website, the standing MRI scanner is more open than traditional MRI scanners. For people who suffer claustrophobia, this openness often results in a more comfortable experience. Click here for more details.
Who is Bayside Standing MRI?

David Proctor - Bayside Standing MRI

David Proctor

David Proctor MIT (Radiography), BAppSc trained as a medical radiographer at the Wellesley Hospital in Toronto, Canada from 1978 to 1980. He has subsequently worked as a radiographer at the Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, in Tabuk Saudi Arabia, and Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute in Melbourne. David has been a member the Australian Institute of Radiography since 1983 and in January 1-4, 2011 began his MRI training by undertaking a four day MRI in practice seminar. One of David’s roles is assisting referring practitioners with better use of various diagnostic imaging options as he heads up Imaging Services at Bayside Standing MRI.

Bayside Standing MRI's Peter Dun

Peter Dun

Peter Dun PGradDip (NMSK Rehab), BAppSc has had over 20 years of clinical experience in patient care of spine, sports and activity-related conditions. Postgraduate rehabilitation education has included achieving certification in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization from the world renowned Rehabilitation Prague School in 2009 and completing a 2 year postgraduate diploma in Neuromusculoskeletal Rehabilitation from Murdoch University in 2010. One of Peter’s roles is assisting referring practitioners with diagnostic troubleshooting as he heads up Clinical and Research Services at Bayside Standing MRI.