“The Digital Motion X-Ray (DMX) imaging at the American private spinal surgery company ‘NeuroSpine Institute‘ is being used to identify injuries from a car accident or disc injury often missed by traditional X-rays and MRIs. The doctor can access diagnostic information in minutes instead of hours or days.”
N.B. C2/3 and L sidebending /rotation restriction? Also, interesting to see the stability of the C1/2 segment during movement in the intra-oral section, and how the upper cervical segments do most of the work of rotation, as expected.
….I bet they don’t have one at the local hospital though 🙁
Neuro Spine Institute http://www.neurospineinstitute.org/