DIGITAL MOTION X-RAY (DMX)
DMX Takes an X-ray Movie of your Body in Motion
Since most injuries happen when you’re in motion, it makes sense that images of your body in motion can shed new light on how the injury occurred.
Digital Motion X-Ray’s revolutionary technology, known as fluoroscopy, produces 30 x-rays per second while the patient is in motion. The images appear on a video monitor. This “body in motion” technology makes it possible to identify injuries that regular x-rays and expensive traditional MRIs can’t detect.
Unprecedented Information about Hidden Injuries
DMX’s x-ray movie objectively illustrates how the injury occurred, what structures are involved and the precise location and severity of the injury. This objective information can be life changing for patients, doctors and attorneys who represent accident victims.