About DMX

What is Digital Motion X-Ray?

DMX is a diagnostic test that records real time, full motion x-ray imaging of any body joint in motion.

What Makes DMX unique?

DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY OR DMX is quick and easy and may reveal permanent ligamentous injury commonly missed by other diagnostic procedures, such as X-ray, MRI or CT. DMX is a motion X-ray imaging system used to visualize and evaluate all body joints in motion. No other imaging modality can do that.

The Hidden Culprit – Ligaments

Auto accident injuries occur in less than 3 milliseconds, too quick for the bodys’ nervous system to react and protect. This leaves only bones and ligaments to protect the body. Since cervical bones are rarely broken, the connective tissues are most commonly injured.

Ligaments are connective tissues that attach bone to bone. The purpose of ligaments is to keep bones in proper position, and work similarly to hinges on a door. It has been suspected that ligaments are damaged easily, but until now, it has been difficult to diagnose ligamentous injuries. DMX can demonstrate these injuries in as little as 15 minutes. CLICK HERE for latest peer reviewed research on the validity of DMX imaging in diagnosis.

DMX® visually demonstrates aberrant movement of bones, allowing the radiologist to specifically determine which ligaments are injured.

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Provide proof of injury.

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Increase Patient understanding.

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Diagnose soft tissue injuries objectively.

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More informed and reliable diagnosis leads to better treatment protocols.