If All Injures are the result of some kind of MOTION
And many people state that "Pain increases with MOTION"
Should we expect to identify the cause of injuries without MOTION?
DMX is the only diagnostic procedure that tests the patient in MOTION!
If a professional quarterback were tackled from behind and injured his neck, his team doctor would ask him "where does it hurt and what makes the pain worse?"
He may reply... "My neck hurts and it is worse when I move it".
The doctor would tell him to (lay down) - (hold still) - (don't move) while he takes an x-ray. Unless he saw a fracture, his doctor would tell him "Your X-Ray results are normal".
If his pain continued, the doctor would then tell him to (lay down) - (hold still) - (don't move) while he performs an MRI. Once again, without a herniated disc, the doctor would tell him "We didn't find anything wrong. Your MRI is normal!"
If the quarterback had no fractures and no herniated discs but continued to complaining of neck pain that increases with motion, most of us would still believe that he is truly injured, but the same does not hold true for the victim of a car wreck!
So if a linebacker tackling a quarterback can cause ligamentous injuries, how much more likely is a patient to be injured in a motor vehicle collision?
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is one form of imaging used by physicians to look inside the human body to obtain clinically useful diagnostic information. Images are formed when signals emitted by body tissue are processed and turned into visual clinical images.more
Digital motion X-ray (DMX) is an X-ray video: many hundreds or even thousands of X-ray images strung together. This technology seems amazing, and maybe it offers some diagnostic hope to people with serious, mysterious chronic pain, especially in the neck and back.more