DMX or (Digital Motion X-Ray) is simply a digital x-ray system that captures a patient's spinal biomechanics on film at a rate of 30 x-images per second. The procedure is performed with the patient standing and actively moving in a weight-bearing position within the system.
The system uses digital fluoroscopic and an image intensifier, coupled with modern optic technology to allow physicians an objective modality that will visualize ligament instability with far greater accuracy than with tradition flexion/extension x-rays.
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