Digital Motion X-Ray
Traditionally, the evaluation of an injury relies upon non-moving diagnostic procedures, such as static x-rays, stress view x-rays, CT, and MRI. During these tests, patients are asked to stand or lie still. The majority of these non-moving diagnostic tests come out negative or unremarkable. If patients hurt more when they move, and pain is commonly an indicator of injury, then it is best to view the injury in motion. Digital Motion X-Ray (DMX) is a video based system that provides clinicians the ability to analyze the skeletal and ligamentous systems in real-time motion at 30 frames per second. For example, if a patient has back pain a clinician can assess the spine and connecting ligaments in real-time motion. In fact, DMX allows clinicians to view all 22 major ligaments of the cervical spine with 2,700 x-ray images, whereas a typical cervical spine study only offers a total of six views. DMX is the worlds leading technology in x-ray imagery.
- DMX international is approved to sell and market this technology Worldwide
- Leasing available in the US market
- US FDA cleared
- International distributors welcome