Arizona can now get Digital Motion X-rays by calling toll free (855) 369-7291
Click on this video above to see a comparison of a computer animated motion MRI verses a real time digital motion x-ray (DMX). Notice the MRI creates motion based on computerized "assumptions," whereas the motion seen with the DMX is the actual occurring motion.
Which imaging would you think would be better to discover a joint problem during motion?
When you think about it, ALL static imaging requires the doctor to assume what is happening to the joint during motion. Wouldn't it be better to see the problem as is occurs, and when it occurs, verses assuming what is happening?
Watch how the DMX removes the assumptions and Shows exactly what is going on!
If you, or someone you care about, have been injured in an auto accident or work injury and are currently being treated or evaluated, there is important information you need to know! Many injuries are not sufficiently diagnosed resulting in inadequate treatment and/or decreased settlement for the patient.
The most common diagnosis for an injury is a sprain strain. The settlement and treatment are based on this “temporary” condition. You may however have alteration of motion segment integrity (AOMSI), a “permanent” condition requiring more treatment and obviously a higher settlement. In some cases, AOMSI may be life threatening and require surgery. X-rays, MRI, and CT scans rarely detect AOMSI because it is best evaluated during motion. Only Digital motion X-ray (DMX) can capture the effects of AOMSI in action: