Digital Motion X-ray (DMX) is a painless new procedure which reveals permanent ligamentous injuries commonly missed by other diagnostic procedures. If your pain increases with movement, let us help you find and evaluate the extent of your injury using the latest diagnostic equipment.
Who Should Receive A Digital Motion X-ray Comprehensive Study?
Patients or clients suffering from any of the following:
- Dizziness, Vertigo, or loss of balance
- Blurred Vision
- Neck pain with or without movement
- Pain in the jaw with or without clicking
- Negative MRI or CT Scan and still suffering pain
- Straight or reduced cervical or lumbar lordosis
- Low back pain
- Elbow or wrist pain
- Foot pain
- Sports injury
- Auto accidents
- Workman’s compensation injury
- Knee injury
- Shoulder injury
- Swallowing difficulties
What Does The Digital Motion X-ray Comprehensive Study Show?
- Ligamentous injury or instability
- Permanent injury
- Comprehensive fractures
- Sclerotomal pain patterns
- Confirm swallowing difficulty and swelling throat
- Confirm clicking in jaw
- Complete or Subfailure ligament tears
What Is The Digital Motion X-ray?
Digital Motion X-ray (DMX) is simply a new type of fluoro-based X-ray system, coupled with new digital and optic technology, allowing clinicians to view the spine in real-time motion at 30 x-rays per second. The procedure is performed with the patient standing and actively moving in weight-bearing position within the system. DMX uses advanced technology to detect ligament injuries that could never be seen before because of the lack of motion.
Static X-rays, MRI’s, and CT’s commonly miss injuries because you don’t or can’t move for the exam. DMX is just the opposite. It can find injuries that are evident only when you move.