Clinical MRI sequences for imaging near metallic implants are mainly multi-spectral approaches, with fast spin-echo acquisitions to achieve clinically relevant scan times. Due to the large bandwidths necessary for refocusing all off-resonance spins near metallic implants, usually the refocusing pulse flip angles must be limited to a sub-optimal value to permit a safe specific absorption rate. Here, a low peak amplitude, radiofrequency refocused sequence is used to limit energy deposition. Reversed encoding is employed, where two acquisitions are collected with opposite frequency-encoding gradient polarity. An estimate of the displacement field is found using a B-spline basis and the magnitude images.